Live fish, dead fish and sustainability
Whether to eat or for sale, dead fish have value. But so too do living fish, often many times more so than the value of their carcasses. Dr Mark Everard and Gaurav Kataria reflect on lessons from the Himalayas, and what they may tell us about our wider quest for sustainability.The golden mahseer is a majestic fish in more than just appearance, richly emerald- and gilt-scaled over an elegantly streamlined body that is improbably well camouflaged in the surging cascades of cl
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