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Living on Earth's series on efforts in the U.S. to make fish sustainable for consumers and fishermen.
Pizza crusts and hot dogs - if cafeteria food is good enough for college students, is it also good for aquaponic fish? Closing the food waste stream. (broadcast 111202)
Biologists, fishermen and marketers want to move the invasive Asian carp from the river to your plate. (broadcast 111125)
Big retailers, like Target and Shaws, hop on the fish sustainability bandwagon but there's still disagreement on what's really sustainable. (broadcast 111118)
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