This is difficult to answer exactly because it’s sort of a matter of opinion. The IFGA (international game fish association) focuses on responsible fishing. There claimed philosophy is:
“IGFA’s objectives are founded on the beliefs that game fish species, related food fish, and their habitats are economic, social, recreational, and aesthetic assets which must be maintained, wisely used and perpetuated; and that the sport of angling is an important recreational, economic, and social activity which the public must be educated to pursue in a manner consistent with sound sporting and conservation practices.”
They focus on being responsible and conserving fish populations, so in that way they could be considered green. Some may argue, however, that any organization that still endorses sport fishing or hunting cannot be green.
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