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This review is from: The End of the Line (DVD)
This is a great documentary and every person should see it. Fish stocks in the ocean are at dangerously low levels, with many species very close to extinction. This film tells you exactly what has happened, how come we didn't know about this before and what we need to do about it, quickly. The solution is a simple one and they have 3 suggestions. One involves being conscious about your choice of fish, how to eat sustainable fish stocks. For example eating farmed fish is not such a good idea because they are not produced sustainably, it takes 5kg of little fish to produce 1kg of salmon. Better to eat the small fish ourselves. In any case the larger fish are at such dangerously low levels they may never recover. Many governments are not monitoring or policing their fishing industries properly and the Japanese are raping the ocean and freezing what bluefin tuna are left so they can get more money for them later, when the supply dries up which will be soon. Asian supermarkets are absolutely nuts. Live fish crowded in tanks everywhere, if people don't buy them they just die. So its very selfish to eat sashimi now, or tuna. Or order endangered species from the menu of posh restaurants. If you want to know which fish are sustainable and preferable to eat go to (...) or (...). The ocean belongs to all of is but a few big greedies, as usual, are exploiting it and making billions, leaving us with nothing for the future. The whole balance in the ocean is being compromised by this. Stop eating the wrong fish. See the film and join the campaign.
Another good film about turtles is "Chances of the World Changing".