HOW OVERFISHING IS CHANGING THE WORLD AND WHAT WE EAT

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"It is a rare book that changes one's life, even in a small way.
But I am going to stop buying or eating - from this day forth
- Atlantic cod, halibut, sea bass, bluefin tuna, hake and scallops." -
by Andrew Marr, The Daily Telegraph -
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ATLANTIC COD(Gadus morhua)

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HOW OVERFISHING IS CHANGING THE WORLD AND WHAT WE EAT
By Charles Clover - book

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The End of The Line: How Overfishing Is Changing the World And What We Eat is a book by journalist Charles Clover about overfishing. Clover, an environment editor of the Daily Telegraph (London), describes how modern fishing is destroying ocean ecosystems. He concludes that current worldwide fish consumption is unsustainable. The book provides details about overfishing in many of the world's critical ocean habitats, such as the New England fishing grounds, west African coastlines, the European North Atlantic fishing grounds, and the ocean around Japan. The book concludes with suggestions on how the nations of the world could engage in sustainable ocean fishing.

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The End of the Line Trailer
The End of the Line is a powerful film about one of the world's most disturbing problems - over-fishing. Advances in fishing technology mean whole species of wild fish are under threat and the most...  

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