(Upper intermediate level vocabulary exercise.)
Welcome to paradise, otherwise known as the Maldives, where Ibrahim Mohamed earns his – living life lifetime way catching tuna in much the same way as his father and grandfather before him. At first glance, fishing from a small boat with a pole and line may seem a – hopelessly incredibly ridiculously interestingly outdated way to catch tuna for a British supermarket. In fact, it’s bang up-to-date with the very – latest quickest sharpest longest thinking from environmental groups and marine conservation experts. The yellowfin tuna, unlike the bluefin tuna, is a sustainable species. The incomehinking from environmental groups and marine conservation experts. The yellowfin tuna, unlike the bluefin tuna, is a sustainable species. The income – provides allows gives supports dozens of small coastal fishing communities. Just as important, Ibrahim’s centuries-old way of fishing – provides gives encourages avoids the killing of dolphins and other protected species. Our policy of selling only – sustain sustains sustaining sustainable seafood started over 10 years ago. Since then, we’ve – started stopped encouraged begun selling more than 20 species considered to be under threat. However, that still leaves plenty to choose from. We – recently immediately currently happily sell 55 species of fresh fish, and all of them come from sustainable fishing areas.
(Adapted from an advert for Waitrose in the Guardian newspaper.)