WWF and Bobby Chinn help save Asia Pacific fish stocks one dish at a time



Posted on 28 October 2013
WWF and Bobby Chinn officially launched today their partnership on responsible seafood at the celebrity chef’s restaurant in Vietnam—his culinary home base.

WWF has been working with the award-winning TV host in promoting responsible seafood production, retail, and consumption to help address dwindling fish resources in the Coral Triangle—an area in the Asia Pacific region containing one of the highest concentrations of reef fish on the planet, many of which are exported to Vietnam.

“More people need to understand the direct link between the seafood on their plate and the state of our ocean’s resources,” explained Bobby Chinn. “I hope that through collaborative efforts like these, we can make a bigger impact on the way people choose seafood.” 
Chef Bobby Chinn giving a demonstration at an event aimed at raising awareness of the environmental impacts of seafood consumption.
Chef Bobby Chinn giving a demonstration at an event aimed at raising awareness of the environmental impacts of seafood consumption.
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