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- Global warming impacts Indonesia's seas, threatens fish supplies and fishermen's livelihoods, and puts them in danger.
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Rough seas driven by strong winds, which scientists link to rising global temperatures, are increasingly common and treacherous, while warming waters are killing fish or causing them to migrate to cooler areas.
“In the end, fishermen will go further out to sea to cover the loss,” predicted Parid Ridwanuddin, campaign manager at the Indonesian Forum for the Environment (WALHI), an independent nonprofit.
“It is full of risks because the sea weather is often extreme. Many fishermen will become victims.”
Read the full article about global warming from Thomas Reuters Foundation at Eco-Business.