Fish in fashion: Scientists and designers create products to soothe stressed oceans

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By Thin Lei Win ROME, Nov 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – With a third of the world’s oceans over-fished and global consumption at an all-time high, the time seems ripe for forward-thinking ventures like U.S.-based Good Catch, which aims to provide “seafood without sacrifice.” The company’s first products were launched in February and recreate the […]

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