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Impact of warmer seas on fish stocks leads to rise in pirate attacks

Dwindling fish stocks caused by the climate crisis are leading to an increase in pirate attacks, according to a new study looking at two piracy hotspots over the past two decades.

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Impact of warmer seas on fish stocks leads to rise in pirate attacks

Study of piracy hotspots in east Africa and South China Sea found that piracy increases when fish populations decline and vice versa.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the headlines

A geopolitical feud in the South China Sea offers some environmental buzzkill.

Peter Dykstra and Host Paloma Beltran discuss environmental fallout from the geopolitical standoff in the South China Sea. They also talk about how floods are washing away Black history in a Maryland cemetery, and in the history calendar, it's 60 years since President Kennedy designated Cape Cod National Seashore.

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