“The do-not-eat lists are important, because they get people to think about what they are doing and what their actions result in. The hope would be that they result in meaningful moderation, but I think they are such small private statements that they will not work fast enough to stop the over-fishing of several species.”Her name is Julie Pithers and here's a what Fast Forward Weekly has to say about her: Pithers played an active role in having shark fin soup removed from all Loblaws stores, the company that owns Superstore. A protest was set to be held at a Calgary Superstore against the grocery chain’s sale of shark fin, but just days prior, the Loblaws company distributed letters to protest organizers and other concerned patrons announcing the decision to remove the product from its stores.
Seems like she knows how to help save fish.
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