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To kill the sealice the industry uses a poison that kills crustaceans such as lobsters, so you kill off a traditional, sustainable industry to promote a new, unsustainable one. Makes sense if you want to help this fellow to make money! https://twitter.com/TheGAAIA/status/1330765435344719872
Putrid salmon farms infested with flesh-eating lice threaten wildlife in oceans https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/putrid-salmon-farms-infested-flesh-23050579?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar @vivacampaigns @SSPOsays
To quote from the @GAA_Aquaculture website;
"Moving aquaculture inland into land-based recirculating systems is one of the best ways to reduce or eliminate environmental impacts from farming fish."
Q: What solutions do responsible aquaculture provide?
A: An opportunity to reduce the environmental footprint from our animal protein eating habits. Responsible aquaculture can reposition farmed fish in consumers minds.
The new transitional trade deal will ensure that Canadian seafood products will continue to be shipped elsewhere, and deprive Canadians of our own wild stock.
Jimmy Pattison will love this deal cause he makes a fortune selling canned salmon to the highest bidder in the UK
“The new transitional trade deal will ensure that Canadian seafood products will continue to enjoy tariff-free access to Britain” - @FisheriesCA 🇨🇦🇬🇧
@Mary_ng @JustinTrudeau https://twitter.com/FisheriesCA/status/1330184762691031040
A great job by #HongKong Customs tracing and confiscating these #Totoaba swim bladders.
“Even if only a fraction of the science is right today, this is a much more structural, long-term crisis,” he wrote.
Consider that if only a fraction of the science is right, it may remain immature to use as the primary basis for major decision making.
Microplastics aren't a major danger in some seafood, one B.C. researcher says, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't worry about ingesting the tiny particles from other sources. http://ow.ly/TLVx50Cq1K8
SeaChoice says Cooke Aquaculture overstates Ocean wise "sustainability" recommendation . Surprised? No.
#waleg #pugetsound #salmon #ethics @EcologyWA @waDNR @wdfw @wildfirstcanada @wildfishNW @patagonia @PatagoniaProv @twin_bays @protectourbay
Some good news to start off the weekend: West Van's Nelson Creek now has improved access for salmon thanks to a new fish ladder built by the West Vancouver Streamkeepers Society. Salmon have already been observed using the ladder! #goodnews http://ow.ly/UPuO50CpTaB
Salmon farm infestation data show how sea lice may infest wild salmon populations up to 30km away, harming habitats and species. Infestations are extremely harmful to migrating smolts. @FishOceansCAN will conduct a risk assessment to farmed and wild Atlantic salmon populations.