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The fish market : inside the big-money battle for the ocean and your dinner plate / Lee van der Voo.

By: Van der Voo, Lee [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2016Edition: First edition.Description: xiv, 270 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781250079107; 1250079101.Subject(s): Fisheries -- Privatization -- United States | Sustainable fisheries -- United States | Fisheries -- Economic aspects -- United States | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Environmental Economics | NATURE -- Animals -- Fish | NATURE -- Natural Resources | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Fisheries & Aquaculture | Fisheries -- Economic aspects | Sustainable fisheries | United StatesGenre/Form: Nonfiction.DDC classification: 333.95/60973
Contents:
Introduction -- 1. Bering Sea : "Monsanto on the ocean" -- 2. Gulf Wild : how to make money in seafood just by watching TV -- 3. Kodiak, Alaska : a big squeeze, an ugly divorce -- 4. Gulf Wild : conservationists reboot fishing -- 5. Inside Passage, Alaska : sharecroppers of the sea -- 6. Gulf Wild : traceable catch and the restaurant menu -- 7. Port Orford, Oregon; Pacific Ocean : farmstand seafood and the left behind -- 8. Gulf Wild : Walmart, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the multimillion-dollar idea -- 9. Kake, Alaska : the new colonialism -- 10. Gulf Wild : white-collar foodies -- 11. Southern Ocean, New Zealand : what's the worst thing that could happen? -- 12. Gulf Wild : an industry retools -- 13. New Bedford, Massachusetts : foreign equity, domestic seafood -- 14. Gulf Wild : chefs, fishermen, and policy wonks descend on Capitol Hill -- 15. Chatham, Massachusetts; Nantucket Sound : history and its outlaws -- 16. Gulf Wild : tagged -- 17. North Atlantic : a rare sight, and a remedy -- Timeline of catch-share programs.
Summary: Recounts the stories of the people and places behind sustainable seafood in the United States, explaining the methods that investors, equity firms, and seafood landlords have used to leverage the sustainable seafood movement.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- 1. Bering Sea : "Monsanto on the ocean" -- 2. Gulf Wild : how to make money in seafood just by watching TV -- 3. Kodiak, Alaska : a big squeeze, an ugly divorce -- 4. Gulf Wild : conservationists reboot fishing -- 5. Inside Passage, Alaska : sharecroppers of the sea -- 6. Gulf Wild : traceable catch and the restaurant menu -- 7. Port Orford, Oregon; Pacific Ocean : farmstand seafood and the left behind -- 8. Gulf Wild : Walmart, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the multimillion-dollar idea -- 9. Kake, Alaska : the new colonialism -- 10. Gulf Wild : white-collar foodies -- 11. Southern Ocean, New Zealand : what's the worst thing that could happen? -- 12. Gulf Wild : an industry retools -- 13. New Bedford, Massachusetts : foreign equity, domestic seafood -- 14. Gulf Wild : chefs, fishermen, and policy wonks descend on Capitol Hill -- 15. Chatham, Massachusetts; Nantucket Sound : history and its outlaws -- 16. Gulf Wild : tagged -- 17. North Atlantic : a rare sight, and a remedy -- Timeline of catch-share programs.

Recounts the stories of the people and places behind sustainable seafood in the United States, explaining the methods that investors, equity firms, and seafood landlords have used to leverage the sustainable seafood movement.

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