A healthy seabed is the foundation of a healthy sea. Ours is a patchwork of different habitats, some rich and diverse. Yet sensitive parts of this seabed foundation are damaged every day by dredging for scallops and trawling for scampi.
We’re stuck in a pattern that stretches the very environmental limits of our coastal seas. Sustainable fisheries can prosper and so too can a range of other sustainable businesses, but not if we pursue short-term returns.
What we do
We’re interested in protecting and recovering our marine ecosystem. We’re interested in evidence and are not afraid to call out misinformation or unacceptable practices.
We think that there is a sensible, innovative and longer-term approach to looking after our seas. We’re here to present and promote it.
#EatMoreSustainableFish. Hardly the catchiest hashtag, but better than just heading off to #EatMoreFish no questions asked.
It’s great if you check how your tuna was caught, but what about the fish caught closer to home? Ours is some of the best seafood in the world. When was the last time you asked where your seafood actually came from? Eat and enjoy sustainable fish, but why buy seafood with a big environmental price-tag?