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July 08, 2009

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Erasmus Folly

Thanks for the informative article, as always. It is glad to hear that on some environmental front we get at least some international praise. Having said that, we need to be even more vigilant to protect our marine resources from our ever less educated masses it seems. The successes of the past and today can be done away with quite quickly if strong education programs aren't maintained.

Nick Higgs

In agreement with above, this is a message that needs to be disseminated to a wider audience. In the words of Tony Blair, "Education! Education! Education!". Yes - education of the children but also the adults. Is a child going to follow what they learn in school or what they see their own parent doing?

While teaching the value innate of marine ecosystems is important, I bet many lobster fishermen would be interested in the case study of the collapse of the Tasmanian spiny lobster fishery.

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