In the Oscar winning 2009 documentary film, The Cove, millions of people around the world were made aware of several major dilemmas facing the Earth’s oceans. In the same year, these messages were reinforced by another documentary, The End of the Line. The most pertinent issues highlighted were the industrial pollution of the seas, the potential collapse of ecosystems due to overfishing, the resulting consequences of this collapse, and the need for individuals to take action in order to safeguard the planet. The need to take action immediately is a brutal realisation, but reality it most certainly is. Recent scientific estimates predict, at current fishing rates, the complete collapse of fish populations by 2048.