[...] the public also needs to be informed of the state of marine resources and brought into the debate on how best to regulate and manage them. SINCE ICELAND DEPENDS FOR A SIGNIFICANT PERCENTAGE of its GDP on fisheries, the country has a fundamental interest in maintaining stocks and not allowing short-term interests to dictate catch policies. [...] science needs to be melded into concrete policies acceptable to borii the public and commercial interests.
Fishing, Icelandic Style Don Hinrichsen Scandinavian Review; Spring 2009; 96, 1; Docstoc pg. 22 Reproduced
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