The challenge of sustainable seafood is not just about endangered fish and marine conservation. It’s also about health and livelihoods. It’s about jobs and economic development. It’s about culture and traditions. If we are to stave off the dire prediction that the world’s fisheries could be in total collapse within a generation, we must marshal stakeholders with interests in all these issues and stimulate a conversation that connects sustainable fisheries to other human, environmental and social challenges. We must make the problem bigger, expanding our definition of the target and embracing solutions that are about more than just fish so we can bring more research, energy and investment to bear. Future of Fish is seeking partners who support this philosophy and can inject new thinking and resources to tackle them. If you’re interested in joining our effort, please contact us.