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Vianna, Gabriel M. S., Dirk Zeller, Daniel Pauly. Food, Health, and the Environment, August 2020

Fisheries can address malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies with critical nutrients, such as fatty acids, zinc, iron, calcium, and vitamins. Overfishing, climate change, and international trade reduce local availability of nutritious and affordable fish in low income countries. Policy reforms that shift management focus of fisheries as a commodity provider to a domestic public health asset to ensure food- and nutrient-security are critical. This article is behind a paywall.