Describe the environmental impact of global fish farming on the worlds oceans and aquatic life

Lesson 4: EssayProvide your answer to the following question(s) by using essay format, which should include an introductory paragraph with a thesis statement, a body, and a conclusion paragraph. The essay should be two to three pages (750 to1,000 words). Your reader/audience is the public.In Lesson 4 you learned about the basic economic patterns within a culture: production, distribution, and consumption. As a cultures population grows, these economic patterns become increasingly complex. This growth and complexity can create strain on resources, the environment, and social systems.For example, the U.S. market for fish and seafood has increased in recent years. Wild fish were being overfished to meet the needs of seafood consumption so we have turned to farming these products. The sustainability of seafood farms has come into question.Review the following articles and view the video on sustainability and fish farming.Sustainability, Encyclopedia of Governance, vol. 2, p 944-945. Gale Virtual Reference Library Database.({0e601fc7fe3603dc36f9ca2f49ef4cd268b5950ef1bbcf1f795cc00e94cdd119}7CCX3470200510&v=2.1&u=mccweb_riosalado&it=r&p=GVRL&sw=w&authCount=1)Fish Farming, by Jennifer Weeks, CQ Researcher, 27 July 2007, vol. 17 issue 27, p 625-628. CQ Researcher Database.( the Oceans (24:00) ( an essay that covers the following questions:IntroductionDescribe the importance of sustainability in todays global economy.How has the concept of sustainability influenced the triple bottom line of fish farming?DiscussionDefine and describe the terms production, distribution, and consumption as it relates to the global fish farming. The definitions of these terms can be found in your textbook.Describe the environmental impact of global fish farming on the worlds oceans and aquatic life.What would happen to current wild fish populations if farmers were not allowed to produce fish for distribution and consumption?ConclusionProvide your own thoughts on changes that could possibly occur within the U.S. cultures production, consumption and exchange as well as health if fish farming was disbanded.