Today we talk about the place where sustainability and politics intersect: environmental policy and fishery management.
Kate Hildenbrand is the writer behind the essays here, author of fiction novels, the creator of the Kate Hildenbrand podcast, and a student of marine ecology. At least, that's her on the surface.
It’s finally time to talk about cephalopods, that group with squids and octopuses. I’m excited! And, because last week was so gloomy, I will try my very best not to say anything gloomy today. We’ll get to learn cool things about some of my favorite animals, exciting! Today, we focus on the nautilus.
The usual enemy-turned-lovers trope mixed with a Chosen One trope—gay edition. Or a better Harry Potter starting in the final year. Something like that.
Today, we are answering a very important question: is it okay to eat fish? Or rather, we are going to attempt to answer this controversial question. Can it be ethical to eat fish? The answer is not as clear-cut as I’d like it to be, so let’s get into this mess.
Today, we are talking about one of my favorite groups of animals: mollusks. Yep, the group that contains snails and all that slimy stuff, but also octopuses and other cool stuff.