Buy a fish, buy a coral, save a reef: The importance of economic incentives to sustain conservation
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Today we are launching the MAC international Certification system for the marine aquarium trade and unveiling the MAC Certification label. The MAC label will enable consumers worldwide to easily identify marine aquarium organisms that were collected in an environmentally safe manner and handled to ensure optimal health.
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