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Main Title Catch of the day : choosing seafood for healthier oceans /
Author Halweil, Brian.
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Mastny, Lisa.
Publisher Worldwatch Institute,
Year Published 2006
OCLC Number 76971065
Subjects Fishery management--Citizen participation ; Seafood industry--Marketing--Environmental aspects ; Seafood--Health aspects
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EKBD  WWI/P-172 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 12/22/2006
Collation 75 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 58-70) and index.
Contents Notes
New hope for old victims -- The shifting baseline -- Making better choices -- When the fisher is the eater -- Beyond fillets -- Beyond fishing. "At a time when international treaties, restrictive quotas, and global regulation of fleets have proven ineffective in protecting beleaguered fish populations, a surprising ally is emerging to tackle the growing fisheries crisis. Buyers of seafood--including individual consumers, school cafeterias, supermarket chains, and large food processors--are choosing to avoid threatened or problematic species in favor of fish that are caught or raised with less impact on the world's oceans. While some seafood lovers are concerned about guaranteeing the future availability of popular fish, others wish to preserve the quality ot today's seafood by knowing more about how and where it is caught. As more of our daily food options originate in factories, fish remains the last wild food we consume in large quantities and one of our few remaining direct connections to the natural world" -- summary (p.5)