In this keynote, Washington-based Chef Barton Seaver talks about sustainability and how it relates to the seafood we consume. He explains how knowing about the people behind our dinner choices can teach us to think of the seafood we eat as not just a commodity but also as an opportunity to restore our ecosystem.
Restorative seafood is more than just a capacity to endure and maintain, because unlike sustainability, it allows us to actually replenish and progress while acknowledging our relationship with the ocean as a resource. In this engaging and important keynote, Barton Seaver shows us how we can take into account our needs by combining lots of vegetables with our seafood as means of eating less.
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Barton Seaver Keynotes
Keynotes by Barton Seaver discuss how changing societal eating habits can lead to environmental...