Hallie Templeton is Friends of the Earth’s senior oceans campaigner, leading our strategic campaign to highlight the dangers of industrial ocean fish farming and expand support for sustainable seafood production alternatives. Previously, Hallie was a staff attorney in the Animal Protection Litigation group of The Humane Society of the United States, where she litigated against USDA for permitting domestic horse slaughter without environmental review, and EPA for not regulating air pollution from factory farms. Hallie has also worked on civil rights cases in the Georgetown Institute for Public Representation. She holds a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and a B.S. in political science from the University of Central Arkansas. Hallie enjoys spending time with her cats, tending her indoor garden, riding her motorcycle, and has a passion for B-grade horror and action movies.
Industrial Ocean Fish Farming – Bad for the Ocean, Fish, and People
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