From the Telegraph
The world's most expensive fish, already recognised as being as endangered as the giant panda, is still being served in celebrity restaurants around the world.
However a study of the bluefin tuna on the Japanese market by fisherman-turned whistle blower Robert Mielgo found the majority of fish for sale were immature, meaning the current population has little chance of recovery because of a shortage of breeding adults.The issue is highlighted in a new film the End of the Line released at cinemas nationwide on World Ocean Day (8th June). The documentary, that has been compared to Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth, warns that overfishing could result in the end of seafood by 2048 because all fishing stocks will collapse as a result of overfishing.
Celebrities who have already seen the film were so shocked that many have posed naked for the acclaimed photographer Ian Rankin to raise awareness.
Greta Scacchi, who took part alongside Emilia Fox and Terry Gilliam, urged consumers to only buy sustainable fish to help stocks of all fish recover as well as the bluefin tuna.