‘Climate Change’ Could Bring Fish Wars!

No, this is not a new series on Discovery Channel, it’s yet another insane prognostication from the Cult of Climastrology, which is about as lucid and reasonable as Sharknado

Global ‘fish wars’ could break out as climate change and rising nationalism fuel competition for world’s oceans

The twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK and Iceland – that could threaten the global supply of food and “decimate” marine ecosystems, experts have warned.

Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston on Thursday, a panel of experts said that with the right management and international co-operation the number of fish in the sea and the amount caught by fishing fleets could increase over the coming decades.

However, they warned rising temperatures were prompting many species to move to different parts of the sea, which could threaten some individual countries’ economies and access to food.

And this, fuelled by the growth in nationalist sentiments, could see a new “era of fish wars” as countries compete for stocks.

Did you see catch it? Second paragraph. Yet another call for more Big Governmental control. This is always their response.

What they’re doing here is merging two issues into one in order to prop up globalism, increase international government, and push Hotcoldwetdry. As to the last, they conveniently forget that the climate is always changing. Fish do not care. They do their thing, like they always have.

Fish wars. Good grief.

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10 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ Could Bring Fish Wars!”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Has there been a bout of global climate change as drastic as this since man took to the oceans fishing?

  2. david7134 says:

    It is rather pathetic to see Jeff trying to get a argument going. Imagine not having anything else to do in your life.

  3. Jeffery says:


    Scientists know that fish populations and distribution are changing due to global warming, so there isn’t much to argue. We know too that competition for the fish supplies will increase.

    • MrToad21 says:

      Over fishing is probably the more likely culprit. Fish populations have decreased since the advent of commercial fishing & whaling. As examples, Japan & Norway still fight Whale quotas and the Chilean sea Bass population is verified by several World Organizations as over-fished. Fish & Whale oil have been valuable commodities for centuries…..quite a bit longer than fossil fuels.

  4. Jeffery says:

    Yet another call for more Big Governmental control.

    You disagree with international cooperation? Should the biggest corporation be able to harvest all the resources whenever they wish? Or perhaps the nation with the largest navy?

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  6. Genericviews says:

    Some countries see the ocean as “free fish”, not as a commons that needs to be husbanded. Such countries will always take as much as they can carry without regard to overfishing and leave the more developed countries to make up for it by taking less. This has always been true.