This is really just an annotated bookmark.
On a recent podcast from the BBC Food Programme I heard an interesting report on the Seafood Summit http://www.seafoodchoices.org/seafoodsummit/presentations.php held in Paris earlier this year.
Nice conclusion from artist Jake Tilson, who covered the conference and did the interviews: sustainable seafood is about much more than interrogating waiters and ragging on your friends about their buying and eating habits It means influencing through lobbying efforts, and through understanding what happens in the world of seafood wholesalers.
After listening to this I wanted to move to Britain or Maine and help the coastal fisheries thrive. Except I like the weather here...
There's also an interesting little conversation about tinned fish - and sustainability and quality going hand in hand.
There's not a lot that's new here, but it's put together well, hitting the major points
It's the April 11 programme podcast: