Lawyers representing environmental campaign group Feedback have written to the UK government
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UK government faces threat of legal action over its failure to regulate the growing fish farming industry
Environmental campaigners have threatened the government with legal action over its recently published Joint Fisheries Statement
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The Scottish salmon industry has been given the green light to double the production of salmon by 2030. But at what cost?
Salmon are farmed using fish oil and meal made from millions of tonnes of wild-caught fish most of which are food-grade.
Wealthy nations accused of depriving poorer ones of nutrient-rich food and wasting mackerel, sardine and anchovy stocks.
A leading cause of overfishing is, ironically, the demand for fish feed. Over 1/3 of all fish caught worldwide are fed to farmed animals.
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For an industry supposedly committed to transparency we are disappointed by the low level of engagement
The salmon industry uses roughly the same quantity of wild-caught fish to feed its salmon as is purchased by entire UK population.