April 23, 2019
100 years ago, nearly everything we ate from the sea was wild. Today more than half of our seafood is coming from farms. This epochal shift is something we haven’t seen since humans first turned from hunter/gathering to terrestrial farming more than 10,000 years ago. In this talk, bestselling author Paul Greenberg walks us through this profound sea change. Using the lens of four commonly eaten varieties of fish (salmon, sea bass, cod and tuna) Greenberg explores this next great domestication event and tries to determine what the so-called “blue revolution” means for our health and for the health of the oceans.