As someone who does not eat fish
(despite being on an island renowned for its seafood!) I have no direct stake in this argument...... But I see a commercial
opportunity to re-brand large scale catch as "free range fish" (if land creatures which we consume had the same lifestyle as a fish
before harvesting it would be a eco wet dream :-) ).
Whilst I accept the world population has challenges ahead on sustainability, my position is that there has always been plenty to go around - and always will be - but together with good intentions the current
era of eco EOTW scare stories is simply being used as another way of saying the same old story of "there is not enough to go around - for the peasants".
Until we stop turning resources and technology gains into numbers stored in the delusion that is "the global financial market" and offshore
bank accounts (including here in Jersey - BTW thanks for the free healthcare :-) ) then nothing will change, except by the usual route of conflict.
In the meantime: be afraid, be very afraid - its good for business (of your lords & masters).
Sent from my NEXUS 5 whilst sitting in my armchair tied to the dock