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The End of the Great British Fish Dish?

Has fish had its chips? Come and debate the issue of sustainable fishing and consumer choice. What does the future hold, and what can we do?

Has fish had its chips? Cod was once so abundant it was said you could walk to the shore on their backs. But many species are in serious decline due to over fishing, and there are even calls for some food fish to be listed as endangered.

How have we got to this point? Join us for an evening of lively discussion to find out about the state of our seas, whether the great British fish dish is no more and if there are alternatives. What choices should we, as consumers, make, and how do our choices affect our oceans.


Prof Geoff Boxshall | talks | www
Dr Tim Ferrero | talks
Dr Tom Pickerell | talks


Date and Time:

28 January 2010 at 7:00 pm


2 hours



The Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
+44 20 79 42 58 81

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Tickets for this event cost £6. If you would like to attend please book your
place by calling 020 7942 5555, visiting an information desk in the Museum or buy online

Additional Information:

This event will take place in the Deli Cafe, entrance via the Exhibition Road doorway. Doors open at 6.30, event begins at 7.00

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