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Introduction

  • Steven Adolf
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Abstract

The tale of tuna is a journey without borders, through space and time, crossing distant oceans between every continent. It is a journey from prehistory and the formation of civilisation to today’s globalised society. It tells a story from excess to scarcity and the need to design and implement policies that guarantee the fishing for future generations. It is above all a journey of discovery into one of the most amazing fish in our seas, one that has profoundly influenced society and can teach us to reflect on how a sustainable global economy should proceed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Steven Adolf
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  1. 1.AmsterdamThe Netherlands

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