All the Fish in the Sea

Preview Language:   English
01-Oct-1971 00:28:53
Man Builds, Man Destroys: A major UN series of 30 films dealing with our global environment and what man is doing to it.

Available Language: English
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Description
The discovery of vast shoals of fish in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Peru has led to the development of a large industry which processes fish meal for use as cattlefeed and fertilizer. However, the vigorous exploitation of this resource has done its damage; a whole species of fish, the anchoveta, is in danger of extinction because of overfishing. Further, little of the protein being won from the sea is being used to improve the diet of people in South America, who need it badly. The film shows how market demands in one country can damage the environment thousands of miles away.
Category
Geographic Subjects
Creator
UNTV, Producer. , NY State Department of Education, Co-Producer.
Contributors
Peter Blake, Host; Gustavo Nieto Roa, Camera; Claude Houlbreque and Tim Tarnay, Camera; Michael Isles and Louis A. Lopez, Sound; Ari Waksenboim, Editor; Roy Werner, Sound Mix; Florence Learsy, Production Assistant; Bernarr Cooper and William Hetzer, NY State Department of Education; Jerry Jennings and Barry Gelberg, Video Tape; Peter Hollander, Executive Producer.
Physical Format
BETACAM SP
Colour
Color
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Parent ID
837833
Asset ID
2643437