Dan Barber's TED talk gives hope for ecologically sound fisheries
In a talk entitled, How I Fell in Love with a Fish, the chef explains how a fishery in Spain uses ecologically sound principles not only to raise healthy fish but also to act as a filter for polluted water and offer a refuge to birds.
Thu, Oct 06, 2011 at 03:21 PM
Sometimes I accept the damage done to our precious planet is irreversible. Sometimes I expect that my food choices for seafood are going to be imperfect as we continue to pollute our oceans and overfish our seas.
This amazing TED talk, by sustainably minded Chef Dan Barber of Blue Hill fame, demonstrates how much better it could be with ecologically sound practices. It shows how new birth can be given to a scarred and barren land. It reveals that we can take our fill and still leave a beautiful ecology.
That gives me hope.
And please, will someone do this in the United States?