Tag Archives: tuna
The end of the line for bluefin?
As a vegetarian, I am obsessed interested in the conflict between eating something because it tastes good and knowing that animals suffer due to to cruel farming practices, species are harvested by environmentally devastating means, or a food species is … Continue reading
Posted in Fisheries, Marine Conservation, Policy, Uncategorized Tagged conservation, Fisheries, japan, Marine Conservation, marine policy, policy, policy makers, tuna 4 Comments
Tuna, plankton and plum wine – exploring science-policy in Japan
One of my interests is to improve and expand the use of CPR data in marine policy, not only in the UK, but globally. There is one country in particular where I’ve really wanted to learn more about the science-policy … Continue reading
Posted in biodiversity, Fisheries, Knowledge Exchange, Marine Conservation, Plankton, Policy Tagged biodiversity, conservation, CPR, japan, knowledge exchange, Marine Conservation, marine policy, Plankton, policy, policy makers, tuna 4 Comments