Podcast

Why Conspiracies Won’t Save Our Oceans

In this episode, Paco Guerrero is joined by marine scientist Tara Abrina and filmmaker Boogs Rosales to dissect the controversial film and see if we can responsibly ask Filipinos, who live in a country surrounded by water, to stop eating fish.

Netflix's new documentary, Seaspiracy, wants the world to stop eating fish in the name of sustainability. But would that really help? In this episode, Paco Guerrero is joined by marine scientist Tara Abrina and filmmaker Boogs Rosales to dissect the controversial film and see if we can responsibly ask Filipinos, who live in a country surrounded by water, to stop eating fish.

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