Sustainable fishing practices


Fishing is considered sustainable if there is enough fish in the ocean, and it does minimal damage to its habitats and ecosystems. This is the focus on the sustainable environmental effect of sustainable fishin’. Sustainable fishing can be defined into 3 different categories: environmental, economic, and social. They are all connected, thou. Economical for example, if the environmental standards are not obtained it makes fishing unable to future-proof economically as there won’t be any fish left to fish. If that happens, it can affect the social context in fishing communities or countries that rely on it.