According to the documentary The End of the Line, we won't need to worry about eating too many McDonald's fish sandwiches because, quite simply, there will be no more fish to eat.
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Given all the controversy around Nobu, I posed the following question to a number of people, including New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, and ocean conservationist and writer Carl Safina.
Nobu has done absolutely nothing to protect that very fish which has so heavily contributed to the jingling pockets of the restaurant's owners. Our oceans cannot endure this situation any longer.
In my parents' lifetime, we have killed 90 percent of the world's fish. In my lifetime, we will finish off the rest -- unless we change our ways, fast.
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