The World Wildlife Fund shows us the importance of creating sustainable fisheries to preserve the world's fish populations.
Boat To Belly highlights the key champions of the sustainable seafood movement and reveals how fish make their way into some of the most popular restaurants.
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. Though many countries are fighting to protect them, these fish continue to be fished towards extinction.
Our 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. Open-net salmon farming is one of the most harmful aquaculture production systems in the world and, as consumers, we can use our purchasing power and make a difference!