The Twisted Logic Behind 'Superfoods'
With everything available all year round, we often forget there’s a reason behind nature's cycles.
The Politics of Food: Bluefin Tuna
From Los Angeles to Japan, host Sasha Issenberg—journalist and author of The Sushi Economy—follows the trail of the threatened Pacific bluefin tuna to find out if our appetite for sushi just might end up devouring this diamond of the sea.
Nine Massive Fisheries Just Pledged to Combat Overfishing and Slave Labor
The world may be burning, but there's still some hope for our oceans.
Indonesia Blew Up And Sank 81 Illegal Fishing Boats
In their war against illegal fishing, the national government has promoted a policy of blowing up any illegal boats they catch in Indonesian waters.
All of This Restaurant's Seafood Is Waste from the World's Biggest Fish Market
The fish is sourced entirely from the 20,000 tons of edible seafood that is thrown out each year due to “imperfections” ranging from scratched skin to discoloration.
What You Missed from the MUNCHIES Future of Food Week
This week, MUNCHIES has been exploring the future of food on planet Earth.
The Lazy Person's Guide to Eating Cheap, Sustainable Sushi
With the help of two seafood experts , we put together a guide to eating sustainable sushi for you, lazy person. Bad news about that spicy tuna roll.
Why Eating Bluefin Tuna Is Like Eating a Panda Bear
Your typical lunch might be a salmon avocado roll, Hawaiian-style poke, or a rice bowl with grilled shrimp. But this mindful move towards seafood—while well-intentioned—can have huge negative ramifications for the environment.
What If We Had All Listened to NASA and Started Eating Krill?
We spoke to a bunch of marine researchers about what it would have been like if we actually started eating tons of krill like a NASA report once suggested.
Leonardo DiCaprio Is Tracking 35,000 of the World's Fishing Boats
DiCaprio says that the technology, called Global Fishing Watch, will "empower citizens across the globe to become powerful advocates for our oceans."
Report Says that Global Warming Is Killing Off the Fish In Africa’s Deepest Lake
Since the 1940s, species in Lake Tanganyika—the second-largest freshwater lake in the world—have lost 38 percent of their suitable habitat in the water.