Monday, July 30, 2007

How Guinea's Fish Are Stolen

The West African nation of Guinea is amongst the poorest in the world. Yet everyday foreign fishing vessels are plundering the country's rich marine resources, stealing fish from local people who depend on the sea for food and income. See how pirate fishing is impacting not only the 70,000 people who work in the Guinean fisheries sector, but also the millions more who depend on fish as an affordable source of protein.