In this episode, we chat with Zach Koehn—an Early Career Fellow at the Stanford University, working primarily on the Blue Food Assessment: a coalition of international researchers working to put “Blue Food”—which the coalition describes as food from marine and freshwater systems—in the center of the global food policy agenda.
With a PHD focused on how sustainably harvested seafood and improve public health, Zach advocates for a timely message in the commercial seafood game as individuals and governments alike consider how food sytems contribute to the resiliency of our communities.
In this episode, Zach gives listeners an inside look into the sustainable fishing industry and much more, including what sustainable fishing looks like from sea to plate, the difference between low bycatch fisheries and traditional commerical fisheries, and why you should still eat fish—despite your friend’s obsession with the Seaspiracy documentary.
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