"The traditional way of life dissapears more and more that the Global Seafood Industry becomes, you know, high seas offshore fishing, big companies, big extraction methods, we lose that traditional way of life. It drives people out of their communities."
Episode #20 of Season 2 of The Social Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Sonia Strobel, Co-Founder and CEO at Skipper Otto's Community Supported Fishery, a social purpose company that connects Canadians directly with local fair-trade seafood and the fishing families who caught it since 2008.
Sonia and I talk about the importance of protecting Indigenous ways of life, how systems can be disrupted when you include people throughout the entire system, why Skipper Otto became a necessity in the local community and is now a flourishing company with a social purpose, and how we can still make a profit while creating positive change in the world.
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