Small and wild: how to feed fish to the world (opinion/book review)
I'm a seafood fanatic, and there are few fruits of the sea that I adore more than prawns. That's why my heart sank when Andy Sharpless, CEO of Oceana, the globe's largest international ocean conservation organization, told me that whether I ate them farmed or wild-caught, eating prawns is largely indefensible.
How She Leads: Nawal Al-Hosany, Masdar
The director of sustainability at Masdar, a United Arab Emirates-based renewable energy company, talks about building the most sustainable city in the world.
North Sea herring confirmed sustainable
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea's (ICES) latest scientific advice has confirmed North Sea herring as sustainable as a result of the responsible fishing practices of Scotland’s pelagic fishermen.
Ocean-Related Impacts of Climate Change on Human and National Security (blog)
Many of the threats to our coastal communities from climate change are well-known. Many of the responses needed to mitigate these challenges are also well known. What is not known - and is crying out for an answer — is the question of how these needed responses will be mobilized: when? by whom? and, frighteningly, whether?