Category Archives: Sustainability

Tuna Cakes with Blackberry and Peach Salsa By Calm Eats

Joe and I have been so fortunate to meet Daniela Modesto with Calm Eats.  She has created a beautiful recipe for our Good Food Award winning Mediterranean canned albacore.  This recipe is Whole 30 and Paleo . Calm Eats St. … Continue reading

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Not so micro

The microbeads in so many popular facial scrubs just happen to resemble miniature fish eggs. People scrub their skin with the cleansers, rinse, and the beads go down the drain, adding to global pollution of oceans, lakes and rivers and … Continue reading

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Waste not

Old sayings are repeated because they are so true, and one of our favorites is, “Waste not, want not.” Zoe Mintz of International Business Times reports on the nine fisheries that waste almost a half billion seafood meals each year … Continue reading

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Wicked?

It’s not the tuna that’s wicked.  Tonight is the season premiere of Wicked Tuna. National Geographic describes the show: “Fishing is a hard life, and harder with bluefin stocks depleted…. Over the next 10 weeks, the most skilled fishermen will … Continue reading

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Nature

Bankrupting Nature compares financial bubbles and crises to the depletion of natural resources – and that includes oceans: “Depletion of fisheries in world’s oceans is particularly serious. Research reports have determined that by the middle of this century the world … Continue reading

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Farming intrigue

Okay, the book is not about tuna. But Fear of Beauty is about love of farming, tight families and friends, human rights, the individual empowerment that comes with curiosity about other cultures and the ability to read and write and understand our complex world. … Continue reading

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Climate change matters

It matters for people who live along or love the water, who earn their livelihoods  from the sea. The boats that have not been secured have been swallowed by waves as high as 45 feet off Long Island Sound. The … Continue reading

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Extreme

Despite a summer of wild weather, we’re thankful to report that the F/V St Jude is headed into port with a huge load of albacore. Wild weather is sending global food prices higher reports Extreme Weather, Extreme Prices: The Costs … Continue reading

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High seas

The high seas, beyond the 12-nautical-mile exclusive zone established by international treaty, belong to no one and everyone. Because the seas are part of the commons, “no nation invests enough in offering them the protection they deserve, even though they … Continue reading

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Beachcombing

Coming to a beach near you: Debris from the March 2011 tsunami now approaches the shores of North America. “[G]overnment officials and independent experts agree radioactive material is not likely to be a concern,” reports Sandi Doughton for The Seattle Times.  … Continue reading

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