Thank goodness it’s Friday! As a traditional food during Lent, fish is a healthy option. The production of fish creates a quarter as many carbon emissions as red meat.
Did you know that a kilogram of steak could be responsible for as many greenhouse gases as driving a car for three hours while leaving all the lights on at home! So, it is good for your family, and for the world! Make this a Lenten (and beyond!) habit: Fish on Friday.
Go the extra mile: Find out which fish are endangered… Tuna, for instance, is not a sustainable form of seafood. Greenpeace tells us why:
Globally tuna populations are in trouble. Every year there are more boats chasing fewer tuna as populations all around the world are declining. There simply aren’t enough fish to sustain the world’s voracious appetite for tuna. Rampant overfishing and pirates stealing tuna are making these once abundant, ocean giants harder and harder to find.
Read more here. And have a look at this video.