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New Campaign: Fish gone, people gone

Oceans are heavily overfished. People all around the world suffer the consequences.
You can make a difference.

There could be soon no more fish left to catch, breed or eat.

Each of us eats an average of 20 kg of fish per year — almost twice as much as 50 years ago. Global demand continues to increase: to keep up with our appetite, we’re now taking more fish out than the ocean can produce.

The hard facts

800 million people depend on fish as a source of nutrition and income for their families. Most of them live in developing countries.

Each fish
has a story

Do you know all the facts and anecdotes hidden beneath your plate?

Fortunately, we can stop overfishing
but we need your help

As a consumer, you don’t have to give up fish and chips. What you can do is ensure you support sustainable seafood and vary the fish you choose.

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Fish Forward Project

Fish Forward is a project launched by WWF, and co-financed by the EU, for more environmental, social and economic sustainability in fish and seafood consumption.

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