Depending on the type of sushi, many chefs still sear or fry the fish in addition to cooking the rice. In addition, many sushi chefs serve extremely endangered fish such as a the bluefin tuna, so eating sushi is generally no more green than eating another type of fish or meat.
It depends on the ingredients. If ingredients that were not made in an environmentally friendly way are used to make sushi, then its greenness is questionable. However, as with any other food, if the ingredients are good for the environment, then it should usually be, too.
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