Sustainable Shrimp Farming

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The United States imports over a billion pounds of shrimp annually. Most of it arrives frozen from environmentally destructive tropical farms. Now U.S. shrimp farmers are using environmentally friendly techniques to produce a fresh, delicious product with a much gentler environmental footprint.

Barton Seaver speaks with Living on Earth about the definitions of "sustainable" and "affordable."

Sustainable Shrimp Farming appears as the fourth segment on the episode's page. Listen now >>

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