I went to Alaska to find out the human cost of our enormous and growing appetite for seafood. AMA about what I learned.
**EDIT: This AMA is closed. Thanks so much for all your questions!**
I’m Liam Denning, a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion who just got back from a fascinating reporting trip in Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim delta. I went there to find out more about America's great Arctic fishery
Globally, we ate almost 45 pounds of fish per person in 2020, up from 32 pounds in the 1990s. The world is about to consume more farmed seafood than wild fish for the first time ever.
The collapse in some Alaskan fisheries is threatening a vital food supply and a cherished way of life — a stark warning of a global future massively disrupted by environmental pressures. I’ve written a series of on-the-ground features about the changing Arctic, and this is part 3.