Sustainable Seafood

Sustainable Seafood

While filming Call of the Killer Whale in British Colombia, Jean-Michel Cousteau and his team heard a consistent message from the scientific community, First Nations and marine conservation organizations. That message was that open-net salmon farms are killing many of the wild salmon runs of British Columbia and are creating biological and social degradation that could last for decades.

Sustainable Seafood

Clicking on any of these regions will take you to an updated sustainable seafood choice site, often in the region’s language, and offered by a reputable source. Make a difference in a meaningful way by choosing wisely.

Sustainable Seafood

Bluefin tunas that can weigh as much as a thousand pounds are auctioned in the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo. These endangered fish can fetch up to $100,000 a piece.

Sustainable Seafood

Those of us who love the sea and know its importance in supporting millions of people with its bounty want the sea itself to be supported by our individual choices.

With most of the world’s fisheries now stressed to capacity, as consumers we need to stay informed on which fisheries are sustainable and which are not. We need to know which fish to buy and what progress is being made globally.

Here’s where we’ll keep you updated.

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