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All of these activities need investment and support of governments around the world to make them happen," Lascelles said.
"These actions will build resilience in the seabird populations in the short term, which they need in the face of emerging threats such as climate change." Scientists call it Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC).
Illegal and pirate fishing take place in many parts of the world.
Prof Callum Roberts, at the University of York in the UK and not part of Pauly's team, said: "We can see more clearly now, for example, the immense value of fish to poor people in developing countries," he said.
Currently, only 2% of the world's oceans are under some form of protection and less than half of those ban fishing altogether.