April 2003 Issue

Earth Day Special: Fish Farms: Navigating Murky Waters For Safe, Sustainable Seafood

Nutritionists, researchers and health organizations—and, yes, EN—keep telling the public to eat more fish. Research suggests that the omega-3 fatty acids in fish help combat a myriad of diseases (see "Why Eat Fish?," ). And the American Heart Association now recommends at least two servings of fish a week to protect against cardiovascular disease (see EN, January 2003 and March 2003). But if all six billion people worldwide heeded that advice, would there

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