Last night, Obama's State of the Union address featured a lot of talk about energy this, renewable that, and let's face it, he's right. Matter of fact, if we don't start fishing our waters in a more responsible, future-conscious manner, the only chicken of the sea left is gonna be agoraphobic pirates.
That's where Clean Seas comes in. Its goal is to close the life cycle of Southern bluefin tuna. What's that mean? A captive-bred microsystem of renewable fish stock could help eliminate the strain of wild catch on our planet's resources. Listen as company representative Chris Johnson speaks about the importance of this endeavor and its foreseeable impact on the fish industry and global food culture.
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