Sustainability heads east

Orange roughy is just one of many species now not sold in North American retailers on sustainability grounds. Credit: SeaWeb/Marine Photobank

There have been many sensationalist articles written and broadcasts aired about an impending collapse of the world’s fisheries, but whilst this planet is in the midst of a population boom – projected to exceed 9 billion by 2050 – it’s simply not true that we would have eaten the last ...

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