Why you shouldn’t eat farmed fish – a graphical explanation
Do you know where your fish comes from? Well, yeah, it comes from the water, but there's a little more to it than that. Nigel Upchurch, who previously explained the benefits of turning off your computer at night, describes in this short one-minute video why eating farmed fish isn't the best idea. In short, while farming fish seems like a good solution to depleted wild supply, the process actually ends up using even more natural resources.
I like Nigel's understated approach. Not too flashy that it makes you dizzy, but engaging enough to get you looking. The video is light on data, but that works well for a public service announcement.
Does this mean we should slow down fish eating altogether, or just farmed fish?
[Video link | Thanks, Nigel]