Hands On : Gone Fishing
'Hands On' tracks down what people are doing themselves to combat the global decline in fish stocks.
'Hands On' - the regular Earth Report programme that gives tips on green enterprise - tours the world in search of innovation. In their thousands, BBC World viewers look up the 'Hands On' website for further information. This week's programme, 'Gone Fishing' tastes the 'food of love.' At the Seasalter Shellfish company in Whistable, England, 'Hands On' follows the latest in oyster hatchery and microalgal tecnologies. Then 'Hands On' tracks down what people are doing themselves to combat the global decline in fish stocks. Discover the secrets of 'salame'-a management technique used by customary leaders living in the Indonesian floodplains; and see how a small bamboo cage can help produce the perfect haul. Finally join Irish seaweed farmers to learn the tricks behind a million dollar industry.