Chef Dan Barber squares off with a dilemma facing many chefs today: how to keep fish on the menu.
This is a compelling analysis of the agricultural food system through the case-study of fish farms. If we fish the seas like we clear-cut forests, the biodiversity of the world's waters will be seriously depleted. That has been the economic model for fishing for hundreds of years and it is obviously not sustainable given the growing population and demand for fish. However, not all "sustainable" fish farming businesses are equal, and this TED talk demonstrates some of the best practices to restructure the food industry for the best food and environmental results.
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