2 edition of Fishing for a future. found in the catalog.
Fishing for a future.
Australian Fisheries Service.
by Australian Govt. Publishing Service [for the] Australian Fisheries Service in Canberra
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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OBJECTIVES Students will: Experience the “tragedy of the commons”1 as it relates to fishing. Four Fish is in many respects a companion book to Mark Kurlansky’s Cod. It’s about (no surprise) the four most common food fish — salmon, sea bass, cod, and tuna — in the world diet.
Greenburg is pursuasive that farmed fish are our future, but is critical of current approaches to farming.4/5().Fishing for the Future Secondary, Elementary, Middle. Description. Students experience the "Tragedy of the Commons" through this 'hands-on' illustration of the depletion of fishing resources.
The actions of the students mimic the real life consequences of overfishing and the resulting impacts on the ecosystem.'Over there was Catch, which was a hugely popular fishing book and one of a series, I believe.” ― Jasper Fforde, Shades of Grey. tags: books, catch, fishing, humor, library.
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