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What does sustainably-sourced seafood actually mean?

In recent years, certifications such as “sustainable seafood” or “sustainably-caught seafood” have risen in popularity. Image: REUTERS/Suhaib Salem

Sophie Hirsh

Writer, Green Matters

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The requirements to get a sustainable seafood certification differ between groups.
The requirements to get a sustainable seafood certification differ between groups. Image: REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

50% of people said they would pay at least 10% more money for fish if it was caught sustainably.
50% of people said they would pay at least 10% more money for fish if it was caught sustainably. Image: REUTERS/Joseph Campbell

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A plant-based diet can significantly lower a person's environmental impact. Image: Instagram/goodcatchfoods.
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