Around 90 million tons of fish are removed from the world’s oceans every year. But the seemingly inexhaustible food source is proving finite. More and more fish species are disappearing. And it’s no wonder, because up to ninety percent of each catch is thrown over board again as worthless by-catch. This documentary accompanies scientists, fishermen and fish processing factories. It reveals the sometimes threatening and sometimes unexpected links in overfishing and addresses real solutions to rescue the oceans.
GEO 5 Report on Water, Marine Pollution and Fish Stocks
Overfishing and Sustainable Seafood
The Fifth Global Environmental Outlook Report
World Fisheries Day
Seven Ways to Save the Seas
World Oceans Day in America
Protect the US Clean Water Act
Report on the UN’s World Water Day Panel
Fisheries for Sustainable Fishers: Caribbean
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