With rising ocean temperatures, dropping oxygen levels, and carbon taxes on the horizon, will sushi still have a place twenty years from now?
The global fishing fleet is under enormous pressure to rectify unsustainable fishing practices but with over 1% of global oil consumption are they doing enough on climate?
Among our best answers -yet- to address climate change in the food industry is managing marine ecosystems by restricting, if not closing, the high seas for fishing. .. wait, what?
I need the right temperature and sea level to be able to catch as many tunas as possible. Therefore, I should be ahead of the curve in Global Warming preparation, right? Think again.
Climate change is destroying coral reefs around the world and thus is a threat to the scuba diving industry.
Oysters are shucked unless Island Creek does something about it.
The US fishery industry has built up federal regulations to guard against overfishing. Can such agencies adapt management practices to the new and greater threat of climate change?