Fish anyone? Yes please, but only if it is not destroying the environments. But how can you tell?
1. Fish and Chips? The Environmental Defense Fund offers a free pocket guide that will help you find which fish is good for you and for the ocean. Fish are categorized based on three groups: eco-best, eco-ok, eco-worst. Print out the handy (and free!) one page pocket guide and carry it around with you.
4. What about at the supermarket? There is an international eco-label to help you make . The Marine Stewardship Council seeks to harness consumer purchasing power to generate change and promote environmentally responsible stewardship of the world’s fisheries. (www.msc.org)
Your decisions as a consumer can make a positive change for the seafood industry.