Lebanon's Fish Stocks Dwindle From Pollution And Warming Seas

BEIRUT, LEBANON - JUNE 8: The shore of the so-called fishing port in Jnah area in the South of Beirut on June 8, 2023 in Beirut, Lebanon. With some 225 km (150 miles) of coastline harbouring Lebanon's major cities, the Mediterranean coast extends the entire length of the country from north to south, and with more than 74 percent of the population in Lebanon plunged under the poverty line, fishing is a lifeline for many. A change of climate and pollution is affecting the fish stocks, with identified bacterial contamination from sewage and landfills polluting the national coastline. (Photo by Marwan Tahtah/Getty Images)
BEIRUT, LEBANON - JUNE 8: The shore of the so-called fishing port in Jnah area in the South of Beirut on June 8, 2023 in Beirut, Lebanon. With some 225 km (150 miles) of coastline harbouring Lebanon's major cities, the Mediterranean coast extends the entire length of the country from north to south, and with more than 74 percent of the population in Lebanon plunged under the poverty line, fishing is a lifeline for many. A change of climate and pollution is affecting the fish stocks, with identified bacterial contamination from sewage and landfills polluting the national coastline. (Photo by Marwan Tahtah/Getty Images)
Lebanon's Fish Stocks Dwindle From Pollution And Warming Seas
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