That decrease over eight decades may sound insignificant, but the lead author of the study told The New York Times, ;It s 1.4 million metric tons of fish from 1930 to 2010. That matters because as humans have increasingly turned to fish as a source of dietary protein, fisheries have been impacted, with significant declines in fish stocks. Fish is a major part of the diet of over half the world;s population, the growth of which slows no sign of slowing. And with so many people eating so much seafood, the impacts of climate change on that part of the food web could prove to be another problematic part of an increasingly complicated food security equation. In other words, there may be far fewer fish to eat, even as more people want to add seafood to their diets.In the same issue of Science, researchers noted how climate change and weather related factors have caused declines in global maize and wheat production since 1980. And another study, published in early February, explored how humans are in the process of hunting and eating megafauna, from whale sharks to tuna, to extinction.
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In 2017, exports to Pakistan from China stood at $18.3 billion, while China 's imports from Pakistan totalled $1.8 billion. With upgraded ”software, ” the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship project of China 's Belt and Road (B amp;R) initiative, might help Pakistan boost exports and slash its trade deficit with China , according to an article published in Chinese newspapers Global Times on Monday.Most observers agree that seafood and fruit can become bright spots in Pakistan 's exports to China , and the only question is how this potential can be realized.
WILLEMSTAD &-- Since our opening two years ago, we welcomed more than a hundred thousand guests to our restaurant. Although they enjoyed our Mexican cuisine we could not ignore the increasing demand for our grilled meats and seafood. To meet the needs of our guests, we have expanded our menu. And because El Mexicano has much more to offer than the name suggests, we have given them a twist. At EL we serve steaks, ribs, seafood, tapas and eight different types of homemade hamburgers. Yes, the Mexican classics will stay! All freshly prepared by our new kitchen staff. Our new menu is available as ofÂ 12th December. Go to our website or Facebook page to view our ˜December Group™ menu as well.Good food for a fair price. EL offers good food for all budgets: rib eye steak, pork, fresh â€˜draduâ€™, salmon, prawns, mixed grill, ribs, sirloin, our famous truffle soup, burgers or tapas- all ranging between 15 to 50 florins (between 10 and 25 dollars) Whether you want to dine extensively or just enjoy a bite to eat, there&'s â€˜ambienteâ€™ at EL. And every day a wonderful sunset- and that is â€˜on the houseâ€™!