Carbon emissions linked to controversial fishing practice of bottom trawling
Bottom trawling tears up the seafloor, but it might also produce a significant source of planet-warming emissions.
A new study finds that the practice of dragging huge fishing nets churns up carbon-rich sediment that can make its way into the atmosphere.
We get the latest on the study and its critics from Grist’s Max Graham.
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