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Audubon's Doomed Fish list
The National Audubon Society has prepared a list that gives seafood eaters some guidelines about which fish are problematic -- in terms of their survival as a species. What they would like us to do is to become more conscious of the fact that many species of fish are being seriously depleted and are in danger of become instinct. If we, the consumers, recognized this and eat accordingly, perhaps things would improve.
Here's the list:
Category RED: if a fish
has a lot of problems, such as severe depletion, over-fishing, or poor
management, it's in this category.
Don't eat the following:
Category YELLOW: if there is significant
concern about a single factor, such as fishing method effects on
habitat, it's in this category. Be cautious of the following:
Category GREEN: if it's
a relatively well-managed species, it's in this category.
Alaskan wild Salmon
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