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Weekend Reading: Why Is Sushi So Unsustainable?

Weekend Reading: Why Is Sushi So Unsustainable?

Me, Elsewhere on the Internet I wanted to find out why high-end (well, all) sushi restaurants are so unsustainable. The answer was surprising. | Quartz The Holidays How do you deal with a family who looks down on a sustainable Christmas? | Eleanore Snare For all my Jewish readers out there, here’s a conscious guide...
  • I'll See You at These NYC Sustainable Events! August 19th Edition

    I’ll See You at These NYC Sustainable Events! August 19th Edition

    {Applications Due Friday!} THE NEXT NOW Applications due: Friday, August 20th | 11:59 pm Event: Tuesday, August 23 | 11am – 2pm @ the Ace Hotel. 20 W 29th St, Manhattan Renowned designer jewelry retailer Ylang 23, in collaboration with NYC-based fashion incubator, TrendSeeder announce THE NEXT NOW: An Open Call for Emerging Jewelry Designers. Undiscovered designers will have...
    I'll See You at These NYC Sustainable Events! August 5th Edition

    I’ll See You at These NYC Sustainable Events! August 5th Edition

    Summer Friday at Union Square Greenmarket Friday, August 19th | 4 – 9 pm @ Union Square Greenmarket For Summer Fridays in Union Square, the market stays open late with live music, a beer and cider garden, and prepared foods from neighborhood restaurants like Luke’s Lobster, Palo Santo, Print, Blue Water Grill, The Pavilion, and Barbounia, plus...
    West Village Hot Spot EN Japanese Brasserie Adds Vegan Menu

    West Village Hot Spot EN Japanese Brasserie Adds Vegan Menu

    Finally, there is a little place downtown where you might relax and enjoy your finely-crafted Japanese cuisine with no guilt.
    Easy Sustainable To-Do: Stop Eating Tuna

    Easy Sustainable To-Do: Stop Eating Tuna

        It’s hard to believe now that tuna, up until the 1960s, was a fish that no one wanted to eat. It was often put straight into cat food, and sold for pennies on the pound, according to The New Yorker. Not even the Japanese ate it. But after World War II, the Japanese...