The United States is killing about 300 million fish a year off the high-elevation Pacific, a new report from a research group found.
It’s the worst fish kill in recorded history, according to a report released Monday by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
That’s about the same as the previous year, when the U,S.
killed 1.5 billion fish off the Pacific.
The Pew report also found that the U: • Killed more than 6 million fish in 2013 than in 2012 • Is responsible for more than half of all ocean pollution • Is on track to kill more than 1 billion fish by 2030 The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said the U., and other countries, are taking action to reduce fish numbers.
The U., which has been working to cut fish numbers, has been targeting marine protected areas.
“It’s a huge challenge, because there are a lot of different pressures that are affecting the world’s fish stocks,” said Michael Osterholm, the director of the Pew Global Food and Agricultural Outlook.
“We can’t just sit back and say, ‘We’ll take these measures to protect fish populations and the world economy,'” Osterlund said.
“That doesn’t work.”
Osterheim said the report shows that the world has to do more to save fish and reduce pollution.
“This report is an important reminder that, if we want to save the world from the impacts of climate change, we need to take steps now,” he said.
The report, published by Pew’s Food and Environment department, said the world is at risk of wiping out nearly half of the world fish stock if global emissions are not reduced to prevent a worst-case scenario.
“The future of the marine food chain is threatened, and we must not just act, we must act quickly,” said Anne-Marie Slaughter, director of food and agriculture at the World Wildlife Fund.
The group is calling for more targeted measures to address the problem.
The problem with killing fish off ocean waters is that they’re often too small to catch and don’t pose a risk to humans, the report said.
It found that there are more than 7,000 species of fish in the Pacific, including bluefin tuna, swordfish, catfish, swordtail, swordhead, and blue whales.
The species can weigh as much as 100 pounds and live up to 20 years.
It also found 1.8 billion fish species in the world.
A number of countries are now trying to catch fish to protect their populations, but the Pew report said the effort has been unsuccessful.
The biggest threat is overfishing, which kills millions of fish each year.
“There’s been a big reduction in fishing,” said Tom Eriksen, senior marine biologist at the Pew Research Center.
“But the fishing industry has been trying to get back to fishing and to commercial fishing, and they’re trying to do that with a little bit of luck.”
The report says that the fishing trade is estimated to be worth $2.6 trillion annually.
It says that if we’re going to save a fish population from the effects of climate disruption, we should also try to catch the fish that are in the wrong place at the wrong time.
It said it’s crucial to make the right decisions to protect the world, and it calls on governments and the private sector to make efforts to address climate change.
“If we want our oceans to continue to sustain our fish populations, we’re not going to make a decision based on a handful of species,” Slaughter said.