Good News for Seafood Lovers

Something very fishy has happened in the waters off California, Oregon, and Washington—and it’s the best news I’ve heard in nearly two decades of reporting on issues related to sustainable seafood. In an unprecedented step, the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program (always my go-to source for which seafood I can eat with good conscience, […]

Book Review: Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food, by Paul Greenberg

Paul Greenberg’s Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food should be required reading for anyone who eats seafood. The assignment won’t be a burden. Greenberg is an unfailingly entertaining writer, and his book arms you with the information you need to make intelligent choices when you are confronted by the confusing and sometimes […]

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●Rainbow Warfare: Greenpeace Sets Sail to Save the Bluefin ●A Raw (Milk) Deal for Wisconsin Democracy ●Supermarket Giant to Fisheries: Clean Up, or We Won’t Buy from You ●Hot Dog! Hunt’s Takes High-Fructose Corn Syrup out of Ketchup   Bluefins’ Last Hope? Last fall, the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunaslived up to […]