‘The Smell of Money’: The Outlaw Ocean Project investigates pollution in Gambia

The Outlaw Ocean Project's newest investigation focuses on the tiny nation of Gambia, which like many of its West African neighbors has embraced the lucrative production of fishmeal, used around the world in the inland farming of fish. But this industry, widely hailed by conservationists as the best hope for slowing ocean depletion, is polluting Gambian waters, decimating its fish stocks and threatening the lives of its own citizens.