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Seaspiracy: Researchers React

News: Jul 01, 2021

Netflix’s documentary Seaspiracy shocked the public on its release earlier this year. It brought attention to the devastating environmental and social impacts of industrial overfishing. But it also sparked controversy and been accused of muddying the waters around the question ‘Is there such a thing as sustainable seafood?’. On May 25th a panel of scientific experts gathered and discussed the documentary live, providing an informed commentary and more clarity on some of the critical issues that Seaspiracy brought to the surface.

Now you can see the live panel right her: 

 

Participants:

Sverker C Jagers, professor of political science and director of Centre for Collective Action Research, CeCAR, University of Gothenburg

Friederike Ziegler, senior scientist, Unit Sustainable consumption and production, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Nkeiru Scotcher, Postdoc in Ocean Governance Lawt, Department of Law, University of Gothenburg

Sebastian Linke, Associate Professor, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg

Moderator: Laurisa Dohm, Student at Sea and Society, Master's Program and Research Assistant, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Organizers:

Centre for Sea and Society, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg Student Sustainability Hub, Chalmers University of technology and the University of Gothenburg, and Centre for Collective Action Research, CeCAR, University of Gothenburg

BY: Hugo Gustafsson

Page Manager: Webbredaktionen|Last update: 6/17/2021
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