When you buy seafood, is your seafood choice (at least sometimes) influenced by the sustainable seafood movement? If yes, is it guilt that drove your choice?
I wrote yesterday about "saving the ocean with guilt or desire" and said I think the sustainable seafood movement (and conservation in general) relies too heavily on guilt as a motivator.
Now I'm curious whether YOU seafood buyers think the sustainable seafood movement relys on guilt, and whether that's ok.
So please, if you don't mind, spend a moment answering a single question in the first ever blogfish poll. It's in the sidebar at top right. Do you think the sustainable seafood movement relies on guilt? Please feel free to answer from YOUR perspective as a seafood buyer.
Thanks readers, and please don't embarass me by leaving my poll up with only 2 answers for a month.
image: National Wildlife Federation