Plastic is by far one of the biggest threats to the health and survival of the marine ecosystems. In fact, around 12 million tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean each year.
On ‘World Rainforest Day’, we’d like to recognize the paramount role that the rainforest plays for our planet and human wellbeing, and to motivate a global movement towards protection and restoration.
One of the driving forces behind Plantish is a sharp awareness of the damaging impact of our current food systems on our natural world. In this post, we discuss climate change and the future that awaits us if we don’t take collective action.
Nutrition insecurity affects a massive 40 million people in the Western African region, and fish theft and piracy is at an all time high. As the demand for fish increases, we must work together to find global solutions for food security and to enable broader, more sustainable and affordable access.
Some repercussions of environmental degradation are so noticeable that they’re impossible to ignore. The plastic floating past us at the beach, the painfully hot summer
The phrase “sustainable fishing” has been thrown around when it comes to fish consumption. I decided to do my own research to understand what this term really means.