Good afternoon, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am the second speaker for the affirmative team and I will be continuing my team’s case tonight, “¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬Overfishing: Ecosystem management ensures a future for fisheries.” I will firstly start with some rebuttal.
Speaker 1 of the opposing team said “(¬¬¬make sure to add a lot I need it)" He/she also stated “(¬¬¬make sure to add a lot I need it)" Now onto my debate. The first speaker from our team stated and explained why over fishing is a serious problem, why bottom trawling should be ban, and why we should expand the marine protected areas.
My teams plan is to have the united states expand networks of Marine protected areas under the supervision of the united states Department of Interior to include a minimum of 10% of ocean waters in the federal EEZ, to have the united states Department of Interior ban all commercial fishing in these Marine Protected Areas and establish guidelines and enforce regulations on the recreational use of marine protected areas, and to have the practice of bottom trawling banned in United states ocean fisheries.
The United states Department of interior will expand marine protected areas monitoring where we can and cannot fish. With the expansion, commercial fishing will be band and guidelines will be established, control what we can and cannot do. The United States department of interior will also help with the banning of bottom trawling. The United States department of Interior’s federal EEZ includes waters around Alaska, the pacific coast, Hawaii / Hawaiian Islands and northern Marina Island, the north east and south east regions of the US, Puerto Rico, and other United States virgin islands. The United States will expand the marine protected area with funds from the department of interior. Based on previous funding, it can easily be implied that the United States department of Interior is very much so open to helping protect the oceanic ecosystems. (Their website,...
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