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  • Hardcover
  • 386
  • The End of the Line How Overfishing Is Changing the World and What We Eat
  • Charles Clover
  • English
  • 06 December 2018
  • 9781595581099

10 thoughts on “The End of the Line How Overfishing Is Changing the World and What We Eat

  1. says:

    This book doesn't mince words so I won't mince mine for this review Facts There are too many humans on this earth for any of us to pretend like we can eat what we want when we want and otherwise behave as if we aren't one

  2. says:

    Resources exist to be consumed And consumed they will be if not by this generation then by some future By what right does this forgotten future seek to deny us our birthright? None I say Let us take what is ours chew and eat our fill CEO Nwabudike Morgan The Ethics of GreedWhen talking about global warming one

  3. says:

    An incendiary diatribe about the destruction wrought by overfishing this book is eye opening Although Clover’s tone is strident his research

  4. says:

    Clover's book is just as relevant today as it was 15 years ago With 80% of our fish stocks fully exploited overexploited or on the brink of coll

  5. says:

    I don’t eat fish I am allergic and I am still very glad I read this book It transformed the way I think about fishing and the oceans About a month and a half ago I accidentally got tickets to see a deep sea diver present information

  6. says:

    This book contained uite a bit of useful information; however I'll be on the lookout for another book to recommend because the writing isn't the most spellbinding to say the least It took a bit of determination to

  7. says:

    Drier than an overcooked tuna steak While the statistics regarding overfishing are compelling and a little scary the author relies too heavily on numbers generated by environmental defense organizations and gets very little informat

  8. says:

    Surprising how little has really changed since publication in 2006Well balanced discussion of fisheries issues and sustainability cunundrumsMSC certification has proven to be problematic and not the panacea predicted but customer awareness and

  9. says:

    An essential book for anyone who is serious

  10. says:

    Charles Clover’s book The End of the Line is a heartbreaking story about the seafood industry’s War on Fish The poor fish don’t have much of a chance any because there’s nowhere to hide from the latest technology The eventual outcome of this systematic massacre is already obvious — both sides are going to lose

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The End of the Line How Overfishing Is Changing the World and What We Eat

Ons can influence the fate of entire species and examines the ineffective organizations charged with regulating the world’s fisheries Along the way he argues that governments as well as consumers can take steps to reverse this disturbing trend before it’s too late The price of a mouthwatering fillet of Chilean sea bass may seem outrageous but The End of the Line shows its real cost to the ecosystem is far greate. Drier than an overcooked tuna steak While the statistics regarding overfishing are compelling and a little scary the author relies too heavily on numbers generated by environmental defense organizations and gets very little information from fisherman commercial and recreational and fishing organizations when he does it is poo pooed and brushed aside The book could have been so much better While not a technical treatise on fisheries it is too reliant on data and not enough on the human element the stories and potential for calamity In addition there is way too much hyperbole herephrases such as abomination and senseless slaughter and the like find their way too often into the author s lexicon A much better book deeper in science and history but entirely enjoyable is The Unnatural History of the Sea by Callum مريض الوهم influence the fate of entire species and examines the The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death ineffective organizations charged with regulating the world’s fisheries Along the way he argues that governments as well as consumers can take steps to reverse this disturbing trend before ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, it’s too late The price of a mouthwatering fillet of Chilean sea bass may seem outrageous but The End of the Line shows Doctor y campeón its real cost to the ecosystem La corruptrice is far greate. Drier than an overcooked tuna steak While the statistics regarding overfishing are compelling and a little scary the author relies too heavily on numbers generated by environmental defense organizations and gets very little Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves information from fisherman commercial and recreational and fishing organizations when he does The Purpose-Guided Universe it The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion is poo pooed and brushed aside The book could have been so much better While not a technical treatise on fisheries The Academy it Full Dark, No Stars is too reliant on data and not enough on the human element the stories and potential for calamity In addition there If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, is way too much hyperbole herephrases such as abomination and senseless slaughter and the like find their way too often 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida into the author s lexicon A much better book deeper La ética de la crueldad in science and history but entirely enjoyable 3052 is The Unnatural History of the Sea by Callum

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Clover argues that our passion for fish is unsustainable Seventy five percent of the world’s fish stocks are now fully exploited or overfished; the most popular varieties risk extinction within the next few decadesClover trawls the globe for answers from Tokyo’s sumptuous fish market to the heart of New England’s fishing industry He joins hardy sailors on high tech boats interviews top chefs whose menu selecti. Clover s book is just as relevant today as it was 15 years ago With 80% of our fish stocks fully exploited overexploited or on the brink of collapse this is essential reading for the average consumer The very first paragraph brings to attention the difference in value we place on creatures on land versus the seaImagine what people would say if a band of hunters strung a mile of net between two immense all terrain vehicles and dragged it at speed across the plains of Africa This fantastical assemblage like something from a Mad Max movie would scoop up everything in its way predators such as lions and cheetahs lumbering endangered herbivores such as rhinos and elephants herds of impala and wildebeest family groups of warthog and wild dogA lot of us hold contradictory beliefs when it comes to ethical consumption most of us would be horrified at the id

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Gourmands and health conscious consumers alike have fallen for fish; last year per capita consumption in the United States hit an all time high Packed with nutrients and naturally low in fat fish is the last animal we can still eat in good conscience Or can weIn this vivid eye opening book first published in the UK to wide acclaim and now extensively revised for an American audience environmental journalist Charles. Resources exist to be consumed And consumed they will be if not by this generation then by some future By what right does this forgotten future seek to deny us our birthright None I say Let us take what is ours chew and eat our fill CEO Nwabudike Morgan The Ethics of GreedWhen talking about global warming one of the things I tell people is that if they really want a sense of paralyzing despair to overcome them all they need to do is look at what humanity is doing to the oceans And while I m usually talking about ocean acidification and pollution overfishing is just as applicable Clover s book is uite strident but it has a right to be The population of fish has dropped in many places by around 95% There are entire populations of fish where than 50% of the catch is taken illegally Huge parts of the ocean are essentially in a total free for all much La corruptrice in the United States hit an all time high Packed with nutrients and naturally low Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves in fat fish The Purpose-Guided Universe is the last animal we can still eat The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion in good conscience Or can weIn this vivid eye opening book first published The Academy in the UK to wide acclaim and now extensively revised for an American audience environmental journalist Charles. Resources exist to be consumed And consumed they will be Full Dark, No Stars if not by this generation then by some future By what right does this forgotten future seek to deny us our birthright None I say Let us take what If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, is ours chew and eat our fill CEO Nwabudike Morgan The Ethics of GreedWhen talking about global warming one of the things I tell people 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida is that La ética de la crueldad if they really want a sense of paralyzing despair to overcome them all they need to do 3052 is look at what humanity Mercator is just as applicable Clover s book Pasos perdidos en Granada is uite strident but Suffering and no suffering it has a right to be The population of fish has dropped Can We Live 150 Years? in many places by around 95% There are entire populations of fish where than 50% of the catch The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears is taken Robs Shiny Dumptruck illegally Huge parts of the ocean are essentially Business English in a total free for all much


About the Author: Charles Clover

Charles Clover is a journalist and author with a weekly column about environmental matters in the Sunday TimesHe was Environment Editor of The Daily Telegraph based in London from 1988 2008 and conceived the Telegraph Earth website and developed it with a small talented team of other journalistsHe has been elected national journalist of the year by the British Environment and Media Awards th