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In recent years, the “farm to table” movement has been gaining traction among responsibly-minded diners. This movement harks back to the days before the rise of industrialized food production, when people had a much clearer idea of where their...
There are many ways we can be kinder to the environment, but one of the best and easiest ways to make a difference is to make little changes in our everyday lives. At the grocery store and in our...
Globally, we produce enough food each year for the Earth’s seven billion people to enjoy an adequate diet. Despite this, one in eight people don’t get enough to eat each day, while nearly one third of the world’s population...
Between tales of endangered species, greenhouse gas emissions and oceans of plastic, it can be tempting to think that there is nothing we, as individuals, can do to make a change. However, this could not be further from the...
Intense global population growth and an increase in the demand for seafood have lead to a need for fish farms. This has sparked a heated debate among environmentalists and nutritionists alike: Is wild caught fish or farmed fish better...
At the rate humans are going, our grandchildren may not be able to enjoy a Friday night fish fry or a delectable maki roll. But rest assured, you don't have to think twice before you enjoy your next fish...
Aquaculture, or fish farming, has a long history in Mexico, beginning around the end of the nineteenth century. Mexico's large bodies of warm water, temperate climate and proximity to large markets like the U.S. made it a no-brainer for...
Seafood fraud is a hot topic these days—and for good reason. Imagine you go out for dinner with your family and order an expensive fish entree. This dish might cost more than you would normally pay at a restaurant,...
The world’s wild fish stocks are depleting at an alarming rate. The UN food and agricultural organization (FAO) has estimated that 70% of ocean fish populations are fully used, overused or in crisis, with IRIN predicting that if this...
Wild fish stocks are dwindling. The WWF estimates that 53% of the world’s fisheries are completely exploited, and the global fishing fleet is two-to-three times larger than the planet can handle. If we don't cut back on fishing soon,...