The Guardian shares a fish sustainability infographic for diners. Looks like that tinned mackerel is a safe bet.
In an age of over-fishing and crashing marine stocks, it’s difficult to keep track of which fish are ethically kosher.
Something is deeply broken when our only recourse for preserving global fish stocks is to ask consumers not to buy certain [tasty] fish. It might assuage my well fed, first world guilt, but the marginal effect of my individual choice to pass on the mahi mahi is minimal to none.
Rather, we need a way to inject this information into the market for fish so that everyone can coordinate their decisions.
Our fish stock problems are real and also very interesting. My livelihood is not caught up in fishing, of course. But the meta-problems, if you will, are pervasive.