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A “Fishy” Kind of Love- Celebrities Step Out

By Lauren Kermelis on December 7th 2013

There are thousands of environmental charities around the world. These charities are driven by highly passionate people who share a love for the created world that surrounds them. Some take a traditional approach while others step a bit..outside of the box.

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FishLove, a campaign started by Nicholas Röhl and his wife Greta Scacchi, was created to shed light upon the current trend of overfishing amongst those in our present day fishing industry. It is speculated that if fishermen do not change their practices, within the next generation, we will face a collapsed marine ecosystem. There is a simple solution though, with constant education and exposure, we can reverse the abuse of overfishing. These celebrities and advocates have stepped out to show their support.








Upon receiving much exposure by the media and PETA, Rohl, co-owner of restaurant ‘Moshimo‘, and his wife have recently changed the name of their small family-owned restaurant to clarify that they are not associated with the popular London-based chain restaurant Moshi Moshi.

[via “Fubiz“]

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Lauren Kermelis is a freelance photographer wedding, portrait, and event photographer based out of Southern California.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Mackenzie

    That is one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen. LOL

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  2. Anna K

    How many fish were killed in the making of this project? ;)

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    • Joseph Prusa

      I am sure when they bought them from the fish market they had already been killed.

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