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Sustainable fisheries require capable fishers

Full participation of thousands of small tuna fishers in fishery improvement  projects require specific capabilities, like firm and collective capabilities for organizing and marketing their fish. Fishers who don’t have these capabilities are less likely to participate in projects to improve sustainability, researchers demonstrate.
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