'Only 50 years left' for sea fish
By Richard Black, Environment correspondent, BBC News website, Nov. 2nd 2006:
The war on mammals will probably be over sooner. Elephants, angered by the slaughter of their families, are doing their best to resist human colonists, who are doing their best to eat, and to feed their families, while being colonised by capital.
There will be virtually nothing left to fish from the seas by the middle of the century if current trends continue, according to a major scientific study. Stocks have collapsed in nearly one-third of sea fisheries, and the rate of decline is accelerating.
Well, not quite that cheap. Not yet. Or at least not everywhere, yet.