Good news on the ocean front for a change
CHICAGO : Some Pacific island countries are successfully protecting their reefs, haddock and scallops are recovering in waters off the U.S. and a few types of whales are even making a comeback.
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#1 Feb 14, 2009
FYI: "The problem is, we don't manage fish stocks, we manage fishermen, and it's hard to change human behavior," he said.
So, if some sea life is recovering but others still need protection, what should people eat and what should they avoid?
Eat sardines and anchovies and environmentally raised shellfish, Jackson said. "And if you like whitefish eat tilapia, put a good sauce on it, and it will taste good."
Avoid farmed salmon, he added, and "every time I see someone eating bluefin tuna, it's like a mortal sin."
Don't waste sea food, I say
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