Despite regulatory efforts in the marine-coastal zones of the Yucatan Peninsula, fishery production of some commercially and ecologically valuable species continues to drop significantly.
Marine-coastal ecosystems at risk
The health of the Yucatan Peninsula’s marine-coastal ecosystems critically threatened by overfishing, algal blooms on corals, water pollution, and global warming.
Sectors that can change work in a fragmented manner or have limited resources and capacity to address this complex and systemic problem.
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