If you’re one of the many Netflix subscribers who have watched Seaspiracy, you’re probably rethinking that extra piece of sashimi. That is, if you’re still considering eating seafood at all.

The documentary film follows director and ocean enthusiast Ali Tabrizi as he sets out on a journey to identify the major culprits responsible for the devastation of our marine resources. Pointing fingers at everyone from the commercial fishing industry and ocean conservation groups to your local fast-food outlet and governments, he concludes that sustainable fishing simply isn’t possible and suggests the most responsible thing we all can do to protect our oceans is to stop eating seafood...

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