What do you understand to be the current problems and concerns of the world fisheries industry How can these be addressed

There exists many challenges in the fishing industry in carrying out its function, and in order to improve, it needs to improve its management to ensure efficient fish stocks (FAO, 1997).
Aquaculturists occasionally face controversial issues and operational difficulties that interrupt stability of food and income in the industry. If they are to meet the demands of their customers in any increasing stream of aquatic products. The main controversy subjects are. the use and access of natural resources.
The first concern is which natural resources people may use and hence, alter them. Most groups of civil society argue that more natural resources should be undisturbed and be for non-consumptive uses that are, as an amenity. In contrast, the developing world, adding to its improving mobility, it’s diminishing the natural resources of the earth progressively. In time, a massive portion of non-consumptive use will leave little resources accessible for consumptive objectives.
The second concern is the consumptive use sustainability of natural resources that were renewable. In this case, the participants of civil society and others from the fisheries sector maintain that specific aquaculture and fishery practices that modify the ecosystem. The system modification makes it not able to sustain the natural resources regeneration. The adopted production technologies for such practices are, thus, considered unsustainable. For example, the popular disputes on overfishing lead to permanent damage to the marine aquatic life (Sorensen, 1997).
Ninety percent of fish globally is taken within the national jurisdiction zones, primarily owing higher proximity and production of the shelf and coastal areas. Therefore, these regions with bulk fisheries experience managerial issues. At least 50 years, such issues often occur. The governments have been cautioned to be aware of their fisheries state and