Reuters will be premiering a new series this week that looks at the effects of climate change on the world fishing industry.
According to Reuters journalist Mo Taman:
“Marine life reaction to climate change and its effect on communities and economies and cultures is a story that had not been sufficiently told.”
The series will show how fish have been migrating northward with the gradual increase in ocean temperatures, and the effect of that on the world’s $140 billion (123 billion Euro) fishing industry.
“It was a good opportunity to tell the complicated story of man and fish and the seas and climate change.”
The series premieres October 30th. Check out a teaser trailer for the series below.
Uncover the climate-change crisis beneath the surface of the sea with ‘Ocean Shock’ – launching soon pic.twitter.com/flTjTemIpz
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) October 27, 2018