Join 25,000 other people that have pledged to stop eating endangered Atlantic bluefin tuna. We are hunting this incredible fish to extinction, regional management is not working, the industry is corrupt and market forces are against us. So why not just reduce demand? Go here to take the pledge and to see who else has joined the movement. And see all of our coverage of Atlantic bluefin tuna here including Why are we still eating bluefin tuna? and Bluefin land on the red list.
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