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BOSTON – Fisheries around the world are likely to come under increasing pressure from climate change. But effective, cooperative management approaches can blunt the projected impacts on both fish stocks and on the billions of people who depend on them – and in some cases even improve the health of key fisheries.

International News Editor Richard Stone describes how science in Iran has managed under international isolation, and how it may expand under a new pact.