Environmental Implications of an Increasing Dependence on Farmed Fish 

Environmental Implications of an Increasing Dependence on Farmed Fish 

While many other types of fish farming techniques exist, each has its own specific environmental footprint. Fish farming may be a viable solution to solving the issue of a decreasing amount of resources with an increasing human population. However, fish farming methods must be reassessed to ensure that the benefits of producing more fish are not counteracted by the farms’ harms to the environment.

Sunshine Under the Golden Arches?

Sunshine Under the Golden Arches?

McDonald’s has profited from hurting both the environment and its customers, as its affordability makes it the most appealing option—and sometimes the only option—for most consumers. It is our responsibility to influence our government and shift our society towards creating restaurants nourishing for both the Earth and customers—because why should we support fast-food when life under the golden arches is just hurting our home and ourselves?