Toxic mercury in fish rising with climate change and overfishing

By Thin Lei Win

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Mecury levels in fish have been a problem since the 1970s. Now it's worse?

This is very bad.

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The solutions to the problem seems obvious. Countries need to Stop using Coal as an energy source and put a cap on the amount of fish countries can catch.

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There's not one bit of proof that the so called "Climate change" has anything to do with mercury levels in fish, mercury levels in fish has increased due to countries dumping more waste products into the oceans where these fish or their prey feed. Its up to the responsible Countries to improve their pollution control.

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