This article discusses the controversy surrounding the Ley de Pesca in Chile, whose purpose is to create a new regulatory framework for commercial fishing, making it more environmentally sustainable. While some critics of the legislation state that it unfairly favors corporate fisheries, others express concern over the fact that Chilean waters are already overfished.
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Witte-Lebhar, Benjamin. "Corporate-friendly fisheries bill sparks protests in Chile, divides opposition." (2012). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_notien/73