The world’s oceans are under threat, with the current demand for fish and the methods used to fulfill it taking an irreparable toll. As the world’s demand for fish and other seafood continues to grow and commercial fishing technology becomes more advanced, the annual harvest from global seaports has increased dramatically. The rise of industrialized fishing has brought significant changes to coastal communities worldwide, but not without consequences.
Environmentalists and oceanographers warn that if we continue to exploit our oceans in this way, we could face a stark reality: a future without seafood. The documentary “The End of the Line” takes us on an eye-opening journey, providing an in-depth look into industrialized fishing and its impact on our environment. It highlights the precarious state of our oceans and the urgent need for change before it’s too late. As we face this ecological crisis, it’s time to ask ourselves: how can we protect the oceans and our future?