We live on a planet, overflowing with infinite resources; one that can recover from whatever we choose to throw at it or take from it. Oh, wait. No we don't.
A study of fishery catch data published in 2006 in the journal 'Science' grimly predicted that if fishing rates continue apace, all the world’s fisheries will have collapsed by the year 2048. In just 55 years, humans have managed to wipe out 90 percent of the ocean’s top predators - sharks, bluefin tuna, swordfish, marlin, and king mackerel, are all in danger of disappearing completely from our oceans. And it's all our fault.
Against this utterly grim backdrop of consumerism gone mad, Mau Mau, THTC's resident artist created 'Plenty More Fish...' - our 'Nemo' character swimming alone, in an ocean bereft of life. It's cool tho - he can find his brethrin stocked up in Tesco's with a 'best before date'. (Also, you should check out the film, End of the Line - a damning critique of the fishing industry).
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