The humanitarian fallout from fisheries collapses is staggering. Approximately 120 million people depend on fisheries either for food or their livelihood in the Coral Triangle.
Ocean Country, with a foreword by Carl Safina, is an adventure story, a call to action, and a poetic meditation on the state of the seas. But most importantly, it is the story of finding true hope in the midst of one of the greatest crises to face humankind.
Because of climate change and mass extinction the scientific consensus is that life as we know it is gravely threatened — our safety from extreme weather, our food, our water, and the air we breathe.
Andrew Stevenson’s discoveries about humpback whale behavior in Bermuda make a compelling case for increased protection.