After decades of rising shark attacks, the U.S. government is on a collision course with some of the most powerful countries on Earth.
It has just announced plans to take action, saying that a surge in shark attacks will be a major threat to the country’s fisheries.
“This is just a few steps away from a mass extinction event,” said Bill McKibben, founder and executive director of 350.org, which works to protect endangered species and habitats.
“It’s going to happen if the federal government doesn’t take action.”
The Department of Commerce announced on Monday that it will launch a nationwide review of the impact of shark attacks on the country and other marine ecosystems.
The U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea (CLOS) is expected to issue a draft global shark attack ban next month, which is expected include a ban on the use of fins and other fin-like structures in shark fin soup and shark fins.
The CLOS draft is expected as part of the final version of a final global shark strike ban, which has been in the works for years, with a goal of the treaty being completed by the end of this year.
But the U,S.
is one of the only countries not to have taken the unprecedented step of creating a ban.
According to the Department of Defense, the military has received reports of more than 100 attacks, with more than 400 reported this year alone.
The Pentagon said the number of attacks has increased since the summer and has reached a peak of 2,500 in June.
And the number is expected even higher this year because of warmer waters, according to the DOD.
The department is taking steps to reduce the number and severity of attacks.
The DOD is also using the CLOS to work with industry and partners to identify potential solutions.
For example, it has developed a process to determine the best use of a shark fin in shark soup, which could be used in place of fins that contain mercury or other toxins.
The agency is also developing a program to identify sharks in the ocean that have been struck by large boats.
“We know from research that they can be more aggressive when the temperature rises, and they’re more likely to be in the water,” said Brian McInnis, senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity, which advocates for the protection of marine life.
“They also like to chase smaller prey, like fish, and we know they’re not known for their patience.”
The government’s announcement is the latest sign that the United States has become more concerned about the threat of shark attack.
The Trump administration in 2017 pushed the U-verse tariff bill through Congress and signed it into law, imposing a 25 percent tariff on imported goods and reducing the amount of money that businesses can pay into the federal tax code.
In 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring the importation of shark fins, which have been linked to a slew of shark-related deaths in the U: In June, a man died after he was bitten by a shark while swimming off the coast of California.
In April, a fisherman was bitten while attempting to catch a shark.
In March, a 16-year-old boy was bitten and seriously injured while fishing near the coast near San Diego.
The federal government is also working with businesses to develop a strategy to limit shark attacks.
In May, the Trump administration announced it had signed a $4 billion deal with the Chinese company Qidian, which was looking to expand its shark fin collection and shark fin research, and was also seeking the removal of shark fin caps and fin soup from U.s. markets.
“Qidian has been developing and selling shark fin products since 2007,” said Michael Krieger, vice president of the Center on Biological Diversity’s Shark Fin Initiative.
“The U.C. Davis team is working with the Department on this effort.
This will allow us to monitor and track this product and provide data that will help policymakers understand how these products impact our oceans and marine ecosystems.”
The White House also announced that it was working with local governments and environmental groups to develop “a pilot program that will allow communities to determine which products, if any, pose the greatest threat to marine ecosystems and the fish and wildlife populations they depend on.”
It will also develop a new shark fin product for use in food.
The White the government is “actively considering new and innovative ways to reduce, or eliminate, shark attacks and other shark-fin related threats to coastal communities,” the White House said in a statement.
It is also exploring the use “of innovative, low-cost, and affordable technology that is already being used in some communities.”
In the meantime, the Department is encouraging consumers to “keep a close eye on the ingredients used in shark fins and seafood products, particularly when preparing food or cooking.”
“While the FDA is currently reviewing these proposals, the United Kingdom is also considering proposals to ban shark fin imports,” said Kriegers, adding that the U.,S.