Alternatives To Tuna: Dining With Discernment
For many people who aren't either an active participant in wildlife conservation, or an active participant in commercial fishing, the debate over rapidly declining Tuna populations may seem merely academic, or to the more irreverent members of society maybe even arbitrary. It is important for those committed to Tuna conservation to make the argument real and corporeal to those who are only tangentially involved. To make a convincing case to those whose involvement with fish is only as a diner, it is necessary to first provide suitable alternatives. Thanks to FishOnline, we have a list of 35 delicious and responsible alternatives to Tuna and other endangered species. By stressing the practical potential of alternative dining, we can gain yardage against those whose culinary preferences outweigh their sense of environmental responsibility.