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Go Fish: Striving for Sustainability


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Living on Earth's series on efforts in the U.S. to make fish sustainable for consumers and fishermen.

 

Part 3: Pizza Crusts and Hot Dogs as Fish Food
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Published: December 2, 2011

Pizza crusts and hot dogs - if cafeteria food is good enough for college students, is it also good for aquaponic fish? Closing the food waste stream. (broadcast 111202)

Part 2: Let Them Eat Carp!
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Published: November 30, 2011

Biologists, fishermen and marketers want to move the invasive Asian carp from the river to your plate. (broadcast 111125)

Part 1: Fishy Labels For Seafood
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Published: November 30, 2011

Big retailers, like Target and Shaws, hop on the fish sustainability bandwagon but there's still disagreement on what's really sustainable. (broadcast 111118)


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