Audobon Living Ocean's Seafood Guide
A printable card on the best and worst seafood choices. The green-to-red "fish scale" rates popular fish according to the level of their environmental impact.
"Blue Ocean uses science, art, and literature to build a greater ethic for ocean conservation. Its staff has researched the population status, biology, and management of various fisheries, compiling the results in a highly accessible Seafood Miniguide."
This small company sources seafood from ecologically sound fisheries. It also reinvests 25 percent of its pretax profits into communities and organizations that promote sustainable fishing practices.
Searchable database containing practically all fish species known to science. Search by common or scientific name, family, country, ecosystem or topic.
Monterey Bay Aquariaum Seafood Watch
Raises consumer awareness about fishing practices. Includes a pocket guide which recommends the most sustainable choices.
Marine Stewardship Council
Recognizes, via a certification program, well-managed fisheries and harnesses consumer preference for seafood products bearing the MSC label of approval. SeaWeb is a communications-based nonprofit organization that uses social marketing to advance ocean conservation"
Ocean's Alive Eat Smart
Information on fish and contaminants, seafood and health, buying guidelines, recipes and more.
Seafood Choices Alliance
"Informs, connects and mobilizes the nation's leading voices in support of a sustainable supply of seafood choices. Search the SeaSense Database containing information on ocean-friendly seafood choices, caught or farmed in ways that do not harm the environment nor impact the long-term viability of the species."
World Fish Center
An international scientific research organization with a mission to reduce poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture. Most of their work is carried out in developing countries. Website includes library with access to full-text peer-reviewed fish and aquaculture periodicals.