12 Jan '12, 4pm

Green Blog: No-Fishing Rule Roils Southern California

No-Fishing Rule Roils Southern California By ERIK OLSEN When California’s then-governor, Grey Davis, signed into law the sweeping Marine Life Protection Act in 1999, state wildlife officials knew they’d have a fight on their hands. The act was designed to simplify and strengthen a byzantine array of existing marine reserves and fishing regulations to create a coherent “ecosystem-based” policy of marine protection meant to allow fish populations, which have been in severe decline, to recover. Later, the Arnold Schwarzenegger administration divided the state’s 1,100-mile coast into five regions and encouraged the participation of stakeholder groups that would hash out the location, size and scope of the reserves. Conservationists, scientists, fishermen, policy-makers and the public weighed in on the new regulations, each pushing hard for varying degrees of protection. The me...

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/12/no-fishing-rule...

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