My family has been pretty conscious about the environment. We’ve always recycled, buy organic meats and vegetables when we can, and try not to waste electricity and water. I don’t really feel like I need to change my habits that much, maybe pay more attention to where the food we buy comes from. After watching ‘The End of the Line’, I realized I never closely looked at where the fish we got came from.
Also, I think a stricter retaliation on fishermen who over-fish could help the dwindling supply of ocean food. Fishermen really need to understand that they’ll be out of a job if they keep this up. The oceans NEED time to repopulate. The species that we eat are too important to the ecosystem to disappear. Everyone can do something small to help protect the Earth and the species that live on it, instead of trying to milk it dry.
– April Marcuzzo