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"In a world where obesity rates are skyrocketing as famine levels are rising, it's more important than ever to preserve a food source that can help remedy both of these crises. The Perfect Protein presents an incisive and fascinating addition to the debate on how best to do that."—DAVID A. KESSLER, MD, author of The End of Overeating and former commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration
"Andrew Sharpless has hit on the essential point, not how to stop fishing but how to make it work so we can benefit from it. This is an important concept."—Mark Kurlansky, author of Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World
"This is the perfect ocean book for seafood lovers. Sharpless shows how, if we do a few simple things, we can save the fish so we have more of them to eat. And we must, because so many people around the world depend on fish!"—Eric Ripert, Chef, Le Bernardin
"A powerful reminder that people have depended on the oceans since time immemorial--and we could for a long time to come if we were careful, not reckless and greedy."—Bill McKibben, author of Earth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
Andy Sharpless is the CEO of Oceana, the world’s largest international organization dedicated to ocean conservation. Previously he began Discovery.com and helped launch RealNetworks. He lives in Maryland.
Suzannah Evans is a North Carolina-based journalist and Oceana's former editorial director.
I would greatly recommend this book for every one.
This book discusses how we can better manage our global fishing efforts to provide more healthy food to sustain our rapidly growing population.
I think it was an easy read but at the same time a very interesting story-telling book about a topic that is dear to us all.
Loved this book! Very fascinating, the info is life changing! I bought 2 additional copies for both my sons and sent a can of sardines with it... Read morePublished 15 days ago by LeslieN
I would greatly recommend this book for every one. There is a lot of interesting information and the message is just brilhant!Published 8 months ago by Monica Brick Peres
I love to catch fish, eat fish, and just be on the ocean. I thought I was reasonably knowledgeable about all things salt water, but this book really opened my eyes about a variety... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Robert L. Serfas
What a great book!! Incredibly educational and enlightening. The recipes are wonderfully useful and the writing superb. Hopefully, Ms Evans will write more such books.Published 13 months ago by Hoosier
Very informative. Great for responsible seafood lovers. Have been eating much more seafood from lower on the food chain as recommended.Published 13 months ago by Nutty Fella
This book is a concise and thoughtful examination of the current condition of our oceans and fisheries. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ST
heard about on Pete Dominick and glad to buy it. lots of good info, quick read, super informative and interestingPublished 15 months ago by shoelover271