Mark Zimring leads The Nature Conservanvy’s Large Scale Fisheries program focusing on building sustainable fisheries and improving socio-economic returns for coastal communities. Mark previously worked at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Deutsche Bank Securities. He holds a BA, Economics from the University of Pennsylvania; MPP and MS from the University of California, Berkeley.
1 published article
Climate change, pollution, and overfishing are putting enormous pressure on the Pacific. Against this background, eight island nations want to sustainably commercialize their tuna stocks, by conducting research, rolling out electronic monitoring technology and informing environmental policy.