A good read


The Unnatural History of the Sea by Professor Callum Roberts.
- The past and future of humanity and fishing

Good for a detailed, fascinating look at man’s affects on the seas through history. It takes a while to read but it’s more than worth the time and effort.


The End of the Line by Charles Clover
- How overfishing is changing the world and what we eat

A must-read for anyone interested in marine conservation. Particularly interesting for revealing the inept politics surrounding commercial fishing and fish conservation - particularly the EU, which is directly or indirectly supporting over-fishing in many parts of the world.


Bottomfeeder
by Taras Grescoe
- How the fish on our plates is killing our planet

Probably the easiest and most entertaining read. It looks at fish conservation from the view-point of someone who loves eating fish but wants to continue to do so sustainably.