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The End of the Line is a powerful film about one of the world’s most disturbing problems – over-fishing. Advances in fishing technology mean whole species of wild fish are under threat and the most important stocks we eat are predicted to be in a state of collapse by 2050. The film points the finger at those most to blame, including celebrity chefs, and shows what we can do about it. This is not just a film, it is also a campaign – for sustainable consumption of fish, for marine protected areas to allow the sea to recover, and for a new ethic of responsible fishing.
Just watched it on Netflix.ca. Well done and dramatized.
- You: World is running out of places to catch wild fish, study finds (washingtonpost.com)
- Sea lice not to blame for B.C. salmon collapse: report (theglobeandmail.com)
- Leading article: Troubles as deep as the oceans lie ahead (independent.co.uk)