Seaspiracy - Netflix's new documentary that exposes the destruction of the oceans and focuses on the environmental impact of the fishing industry on marine life. Facts or theories?
Anyone who has watched the documentary #seaspiracy can hardly be indifferent to the harsh realities presented about the fishing industry and its profound impact on marine life.
Although weak, and even biased in some of its assumptions, this documentary, which focuses on the message of “stop eating fish ", helps us to understand that the title "sustainability" can have several definitions and that not all are entirely true and therefore deserve to be constantly questioned.
Also, contrary to what has been advocated recently, it is not just straws or plastic bags - which in reality represent only 0.03% of marine plastic waste 😮. In fact, the vast majority of the waste found in the Oceans originates from the fishing industry - fishing nets, hooks, etc. - and because of that, it makes us think how much more impactful could it be to say "no" to fish consumption instead of just replacing single use plastics with their reusable and more Eco-friendly alternatives 🤔
Whether we agree or disagree with all the arguments, it is undeniable how wonderful the Oceans and their ecosystems are, and therefore how fundamental it is, that, in a global way, we ally ourselves to protect and preserve them. Leaving the fish 🐟 off the plate can (and should!) be a start. We are confident that a truly sustainable and fair World is a planet where animals, whether terrestrial, aquatic and / or aerial are off the plate and it is increasingly easy to believe in a future like this, thanks to businesses like @legumisushi @boatman_vegetariano and @goodcatchfoods
If it's hard for you to imagine a world where fish is off the plate, check out some of these fantastic recipes - from poké bowls without tuna, to sushi sandwiches and peach ceviche - everything is possible in a reality where the determination for a kinder World is objective and real 💚
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