There's so much to read and see on the subject of sustainable fish! On this page, we recommend a few key sources of information that we have found useful.
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Bite-Back is a pioneering shark and marine conservation charity running campaigns to end the sale of shark fin soup in Britain. See: www.bite-back.com
Ethical Eats, the informal network for London restaurants and caterers, shares news, events and sustainability information via a two-weekly bulletin. Keep up to date with ethical foodie news for London on Twitter: @ethicaleats
Fish2Fork, set up by The End of the Line writer Charles Clover (see: http://www.endoftheline.com/). Fish2Fork runs a website that rates restaurants that serve fish for the quality of their food but also for the effect they are having on the seas and on marine life. Follow Fish2Fork on Twitter: @fish2fork
Several of the Sustainable Fish City supporting organisations are also backing Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Fish Fight campaign. Visit the Fish Fight website to help change fishing policy and end the appalling waste of fish and damage to ocean environments.
London Food Link news roundup (not exclusively about fish), helping Londoners and London food businesses keep up-to-date with news, events, funding, and developments in the ethical and sustainable food sector. Follow London Food Link's Jellied Eel Magazine on Twitter: @thejelliedeel1
Seafood Choices Alliance runs an e-newsletter called Afishianado, providing seafood purveyors (fishers, chefs, and retailers) with the information necessary to make responsible choices about seafood. Follow Seafood Choices on Twitter: @Seafood_Choices
Sustainable Restaurant Association is a national not-for-profit membership association, providing restaurants with advice and support to help them navigate the whole spectrum of sustainability issues (including, but not exclusively about fish). Follow the SRA on Twitter: @the_SRA
The Environmental Justice Foundation publishes a newsletter that helps you stay up to date on campaigns for social justice.
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