A study published this week in Scientific Reports found that climate change could cause $10 billion in annual revenue loss to fisheries by 2050. It was authored by Nereus Fellow Vicky Lam, Director of Science William Cheung, OceanCanada Director Rashid Sumaila, and Fellow Gabriel Reygondeau. The study garnered much media attention, including in the following outlets:
Vicky Lam was interviewed by Simi Sara on CKNW AM 980 Vancouver. LISTEN.
Gabriel Reygondeau was interviewed on CBC Radio Canada in French in a segment titled “La pêche et les changements climatiques“.
Metro News covered the study in its article “Fishing to take $10 billion hit due to climate change: UBC researchers“.
Vicky Lam and Rashid Sumaila were interviewed by Global TV News. Watch the report below: