In (apparent) contradistinction to Mark’s post on seeking sustainable seafood, in which he explains his rationale for abstaining from sushi in Chicago, some tourists are actually helping the local ecosystems they visit — and inspiring a new company and business plan — by eating the local fish, as an Economist article “Eat for the ecosystem” points out.
PS- The "holier than thou" remark was a joke (well 3/4 joke, 1/4 serious).I kid because I love... MORE
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