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Sustainable Fisheries

Sustainable Fish Do Not Exist

Dana Ellis Hunnes | Posted 08.22.2016 | Green
Dana Ellis Hunnes

Right now, we humans are creating the biggest experiment of all time. We are experimenting with our oceans, with our fisheries, and with our climate.

Sustainable Seafood Businesses Take On Tuna

Monica Jain | Posted 06.12.2016 | Business
Monica Jain

Tuna is critical to island economies, where it's an important source of protein and income for locals. And while the health of some tuna stocks has improved, long-term sustainability remains a challenge.

Rescue for the Global Ocean (Part 2)

Peter Neill | Posted 09.15.2014 | Green
Peter Neill

This initiative represents a powerful and focused effort on the part of international leaders to regenerate and refocus our collective energy on solutions that respond most directly to the intervening negative circumstances that have challenged the world ocean ecosystem to its core.

Sustainable Seafood: Healthy Fish, Healthy Fishermen, Healthy Markets

Sea to Table | Posted 01.25.2014 | Home
Sea to Table

Sustainability is a big word that means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Companies from Monsanto to McDonald's cloak themselves...

Amazing Sea Life Rescues Show The Tragedy Of Irresponsible Fishing

Posted 11.14.2013 | Green

On Maui, the search continues for a young humpback whale that was seen having trouble swimming due to fishing line wrapped around its tail. Fishin...

Fish 2.0: Investing in Sustainable Oceans and Fisheries

David Bank | Posted 01.31.2013 | Business
David Bank

The sorry state of the world's oceans is creating investment opportunities in a range of enterprises that are pioneering the sustainable fishing industry of the future.

Saving Sharks One Hook at a Time

Dr. Reese Halter | Posted 07.30.2012 | Green
Dr. Reese Halter

Sharks, rays and seahorses are on the road to extinction. East coast cod has declined 96 percent over the past 150 years. But magnetic fishhooks are helping to save sharks, and just in the nick of time.

'Oyster Reefs Are Disappearing: Foodies Fine, Ocean Sad'

Peter Hanlon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Peter Hanlon

85 percent of oyster reefs have been lost globally. In many bays, once-plentiful oyster reefs are now functionally extinct. But shellfish lovers shouldn't panic -- most of the oysters they eat today are farmed.

Branzini - The Greenest Fish You've Never Even Heard of

Graham Hill | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Graham Hill

It's a green fish! Well, actually silver-colored and farmed, with a delicate taste, but it promotes much greener aquaculture methods.

Something's Fishy on the Yukon...

Jeanne Devon (AKMuckraker) | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Jeanne Devon (AKMuckraker)

If the salmon are the collateral damage, then the losers of this war are those who have for thousands of years depended on the bounty of the Yukon.