Posts Tagged ‘sustainable sushi’

Casson Trenor – Sustainable Sushi Superhero, part 2

Editor’s note: this is the second half of a 2-part interview. Click the link to read the first half of our interview with Casson Trenor. Casson Trenor is a best-selling author, sustainability expert, greenpeace veteran, co-owner of the first sustainable sushi bar in the US and so much more. We’ve been watching this thought leader […]

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Casson Trenor – Sustainable Sushi Superhero, part 1

Casson Trenor is the author of Sustainable Seafood, A Guide to Saving the Oceans One Bite at a Time which has become the bible for conscientious sushi lovers. Read this interview, then immediately buy his book — we promise you’ll learn a lot! Casson is also the Senior Markets Campaigner for Greenpeace USA, and has […]

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record bluefin tuna sale is TRAGIC

Taxes, computing power and bluefin tuna prices seem to only increase. Some day, taxes will abate, and the growth in computing power will moderate. But tuna prices should continue to soar until there are no more wild bluefin tuna. Earlier this month, the record price for bluefin tuna was shattered in the first auction of […]

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Sustainable Sushi – Who’s doing something about it?

Many people and companies are engaging in responsible behavoir, supporting sustainable operations and avoiding giving monetary support to those who choose to act otherwise. Let’s recognize some leaders: Tataki Restaurant in San Francisco has led by example, becoming the first of a new breed of stores on the US west coast to create a menu […]

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Sustainable Sushi – What’s the problem?

We all want future generations to live on an earth like we have, with ocean ecosystems similar to what we enjoy. Some of the current fishing and fish farming operations are depleting fish stocks to dangerously low levels, destroying habitat on a massive scale and polluting the oceans. Changing behaviors is the key to ensuring […]

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