Quentin Grafton is professor of economics at the Crawford School of Public Policy and inaugural Public Policy Fellow at the Australian National University (ANU). He has published extensively in the area of environmental and resource economics, especially in fisheries, and is the author or editor of 15 books.

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While farmed fish is growing rapidly, most fish we eat is caught in the wild. The amount of fish harvested from the wild is around 80 million tonnes per year and has fluctuated around this total for the past 20 years, while total aquaculture production has increased by about fivefold over the same period to […]

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