This is a tough question since demand is in flux and there are many different efforts being made to reduce overfishing, but the best answer I can provide is aquaculture. Aquaculture parks are working on raising fish in controlled, healthy environments that allows the wild fish to abound and is a good alternative to the unhealthy environments of some fish farms. The Mote Marine Laboratory in Florida is a good example of a successful aquaculture program. They raise sturgeon and snook among other fish and sell them to nearby restaurants like the Ritz Carlton and ship some of it elsewhere. Chances are it will be years before aquaculture is widespread enough for the average consumer to purchase it but it seems like the best, most sustainable option for the future of seafood.
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