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Report details climate change threats to Montana's outdoor economy

A report commissioned by the advocacy group Montana Wildlife Federation looks at how climate change could lead to loss of jobs and labor earnings for outdoor industries like hunting, fishing, tourism and recreation.

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As climate change and high costs plague Alaska's fisheries, fewer young people take up the trade

As some fish populations dwindle and fewer people pursue the trade, fishers and conservation groups are actively working to bring in and retain the next generation of fishers through grants and training even as the industry continues to shrink in Alaska.

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Extreme plankton bloom creates marine 'dead zone' off eastern Thailand

Marine scientists say some areas in the Gulf of Thailand have more than 10 times the normal amount of plankton, turning the water a bright green and killing off marine life.

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Whales, from above

The photographer Sutton Lynch is documenting a dramatic turning point off the coast of Long Island — a resurgence of sea life after decades of depletion.
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‘Zombie trout’ unsettle Montana, long a fly-fishing mecca

Warming waters and other factors along the state’s rivers like the Big Hole appear to be contributing to alarmingly low numbers of the state’s renowned rainbow and brown trout.
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Climate change, oil pollution affect fishing in Akwa Ibom

In Akwa Ibom communities, livelihoods are threatened as fishing becomes less productive due to climate change and oil pollution.

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Agroecology alliance calls for more food at less cost to nature in Congo Basin

A pan-African coalition of farmers, fishers and others meeting this week in the Democratic Republic of Congo will make the case for reorienting food production systems and agricultural policy across the Congo Basin.