No fish and no fishers? The future of the Seychelles artisanal fishery looks bleak

Red snapperAh! A nice plate of fish and rice! Ubiquitous yet delicious. The Seychellois food staple is fish and rice. The rice comes from overseas but the fish from our own waters. As individuals we eat more fish than almost anyone else in the world. Fish is as much part of our cuisine as it is an important piece of our cultural identity. But both the fish we eat and those who fish or them are in trouble. Read More at http://goo.gl/xZ2VZ

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