Eat Kelp. It’s chock-full of nutrients, it mitigates climate change by sequestering carbon, improves oceans by soaking up excess nitrogen and phosphorus, and has potential as a valuable fertilizer and biofuel.
Scientists recently confirmed what anglers have known for centuries—there's something special about a big mama fish. The bigger the fish, the better the bragging rights—and often, the bigger paycheck or prize.
We like big fish. And that’s a problem, according toAndy Sharpless, CEO of the ocean conservation organization Oceana, and co-author (along with Suzannah Evans) of the book The Perfect Protein.
New report indicates the benefits and feasibility of seafood traceability
A federal task force should look seriously at investing in genomic methods that allow the simultaneous study of multiple genes
A new report from Oceana shows salmon mislabeling more prevalent in restaurants in the winter. The group calls for better traceability to help consumers make more informed choices about their seafood