The less fish there are, the more expensive it is to catch them -- so if overfished marine stocks were given time to regenerate, fisherfolk would end up making a lot more money down the line, says a new study in Science. So to solve the problem of overfishing, all we have to do is change humans' tendency toward instant gratification. How hard could it be?
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