“The world’s fish are in danger—as is everyone who depends on them.”
Every semester I share with my students this New York Times video about the rapid rise in industrial fishing and the production of Talapia. Even with the rise of aquaculture as a major source of seafood, the world’s oceans are still depleted. As the world’s population rises, many folk cultures with their roots in small fishing villages have transformed into primarily urban societies, but these urban societies still have a strong cultural preference for seafood and consume at levels that are not sustainable.
Tags: environment modify, folk cultures, consumption, water, physical.
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