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Prohibit subsidies that contribute to overfishing, eliminate those that contribute to illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing, and introduce no new subsidies.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Local Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations: Work on various environmental issues, including overfishing, and may advocate for policy changes to end subsidies.

  2. Sustainable Fisheries Advocacy Groups: Work to end subsidies that contribute to overfishing.

  3. Community-Based Fisheries Management Organizations: Involve local communities in managing fisheries sustainably and may advocate against harmful subsidies that undermine these efforts.

  4. Marine Conservation Associations: Protect marine ecosystems and may concentrate on ending subsidies that lead to overfishing.

  5. Fishermen's Cooperatives: Groups of fishermen join forces to promote sustainable fishing practices and lobby against subsidies that negatively impact their livelihoods and the environment.

  6. Local Chapters of Global Environmental Organizations: Many global environmental organizations have local chapters or affiliates that engage in campaigns against harmful fishing subsidies.

  7. Educational Institutions and Research Centers: Often collaborate with local communities to promote sustainable practices, including efforts to end subsidies contributing to overfishing.

  8. Community-based Conservation Projects: Initiatives led by local communities to protect marine resources and combat overfishing may include efforts to address harmful subsidies.

  9. Sustainable Seafood Initiatives: Promote sustainable seafood consumption and may advocate against subsidies that support unsustainable fishing practices.

  10. Local Chambers of Commerce and Business Alliances: Recognize the importance of sustainable fishing for long-term economic viability and may support initiatives to end subsidies that contribute to overfishing.

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