by Mike Barrett, Natural Society:
Tuna is one of America’s favorite canned fish, but that is quickly changing for many individuals who realize the downfall to buying and opening that small can. From the environmental impact of over-fishing which results in fishery depletion and the accidental catch of other fish like dolphin, to the obvious mercury-contamination we’ve all known about for so long, here is why more people are turning away from canned tuna.
1. Radiation in Tuna Published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, one study has found that there are notable effects of the Fukushima disaster being felt by tuna caught off the coast of Oregon.
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