Fish as Food: a Collective Responsibility

“Most of us do not rely on wild food for the majority of our diet—unless we eat fish”

Susanna Fuller
Susanna Fuller is a marine conservationist with expertise in bycatch and fisheries habitat issues and a Ph.D. on how bottom trawling affects sponges in the North Atlantic. She is the marine conservation coordinator at the Ecology Action Centre, where she works on marine, transportation, and green-building issues; edits the institution’s quarterly publication; and serves as chair of its board. This past year, Halifax’s weekly paper named Susanna an Activist of the Year. An islander through and through, she finds solace both in the bustle of downtown Manhattan and the serenity of small coastal communities like Ramea, Newfoundland.