Readings

Listen to journalists from The Outlaw Ocean Project read and discuss gripping reporting from The Last Untamed Frontier.

  1. The invisible wall

    The invisible wall

    Inside the secretive prisons that keep migrants out of Europe.

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  2. Saving the planet while ignoring two thirds of it

    Saving the planet while ignoring two thirds of it

    While companies dump carbon into the air for free, the lungs of the globe suffer. The current climate crisis barely even considers the oceans.

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  3. From capture to culture

    From capture to culture

    With more than 80 percent of the world’s fish stocks at or near collapse, some marine conservationists suggest that aquaculture might help counter the problem of overfishing.

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  4. Corporate corruption in global fishing industry get new attention

    Corporate corruption in global fishing industry get new attention

    The international fishing industry is ripe with corruption bred by corporate anonymity.

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  5. Purgatory at sea

    Purgatory at sea

    Off the coast of Italy, cruise ships are being repurposed as holding pens for migrants rescued from the Mediterranean.

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  6. The smell of money

    The smell of money

    In the small coastal country of Gambia, an exploding industry has led to big economic promises, and a steep environmental price.

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  7. A slaughter at sea, a grainy video and justice delayed

    A slaughter at sea, a grainy video and justice delayed

    The murder took place on board the Kaohsiung-registered longliner Ping Shin No. 101 when it was operating in the Indian Ocean off the Somali coast on Sept. 29, 2012.

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  8. The deadly secret of China’s invisible armada

    The deadly secret of China’s invisible armada

    Desperate North Korean fishermen are washing ashore as skeletons because of the world's largest illegal fleet.

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