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Salmon: Wild, Farmed, and Drugged up

An article from ScienceDaily.com has stated how a trend has come bout in the past few years of farm-raised salmon being on the rise. I don’t know about you guys, but I love salmon. 1,166 more words

Undercurrent News, 24 Oct 2014: Marine Harvest Takes Hit From Sealice Extraordinary Mortality Costs

Marine Harvest Takes Hit From Sealice Extraordinary Mortality Costs

Undercurrent News

24 Oct 2014

Sealice mitigation and extraordinary mortality shaved NOK 156.5 million ($23.7m) off Marine Harvest’s profit in the third quarter of the year. 374 more words

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Undercurrent News, 22 Oct 2014: Marine Harvest takes hit from sea lice extraordinary mortality costs

Marine Harvest takes hit from sea lice extraordinary mortality costs

Undercurrent News, 22 Oct 2014

Sealice mitigation and extraordinary mortality shaved NOK 156.5 million ($23.7m) off Marine Harvest’s profit in the third quarter of the year. 371 more words

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Undercurrent News, 8 Oct 2014: EU closes investigation into Ireland sealice impact, NGO says debate not closed

EU closes investigation into Ireland sealice impact, NGO says debate not closed

October 8, 2014, 10:29 am

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Update: This article was updated shortly after publication to include the letter from the European Commission… 895 more words

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Irish Times, 10 Oct 2014: Labour TD seeks rejection of Galway Bay fish farm application

Labour TD seeks rejection of Galway Bay fish farm application

Galway West TD Derek Nolan claims 15,000-tonne ‘organic’ project too risky

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Irish Examiner, 10 Oct 2014: Fury as EU ends probe into sea lice

Fury as EU ends probe into sea lice

Irish Examiner, 10 Oct 2014

By Conall Ó Fátharta

A prominent environmental group has criticised the EU’s decision to close two longstanding investigations into Irish salmon farming.  367 more words

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Friends of the Irish Environment Press Release, 8 Oct 2014: EU INVESTIGATION CLOSURE DEMONSTRATES LIMITATIONS OF EU CONSERVATION LAW

EU INVESTIGATION CLOSURE DEMONSTRATES LIMITATIONS OF EU CONSERVATION LAW

FRIENDS OF THE IRISH ENVIRONMENT

8 OCTOBER 2014

PRESS RELEASE

The EU’s decision to close its longstanding PILOT and CHAP investigations into Irish salmon farming demonstrates the limitations of EU environmental law, according to Friends of the Irish Environment. 647 more words

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