Niaz’ Top 10 Myths About Seafood, Fisheries, and Marine Conservation

I’ve officially passed the 20-year mark of working on fisheries and ocean issues. What I thought would be a short-term assignment as a Greenpeace campaigner has become my life’s work. Continue reading

Feeding the World: why farming a carnivorous fish is not the answer

by Rob Johnson. Every year sustainable seafood advocates – conservation organizations and the seafood, fishing and aquaculture industries – get together to discuss ways to ensure that food that comes from the sea, either fished or farmed, is as sustainable as … Continue reading

Tiny, Plastic Pollutants are Creating a Big Problem in Our Oceans

by Heather Grant. There’s a good chance that you’ve heard something or other about “microbeads” over the past couple of weeks. These tiny particles have been making a big splash in the news lately – from the NDP’s ban on … Continue reading

Proposed Aquaculture Regulations Would Pollute Environmental Protections

Last month, 120 scientists, business leaders, commercial and recreational fishing associations, environmental law organizations, and conservation organizations from across Canada sent a letter to Prime Minister Harper asking to put a stop to some proposed changes to the Fisheries Act. Continue reading

A Holiday Feast of Sustainable Fishes, Nova Scotia style

by Sadie Beaton Everyone celebrates the holidays a little differently. Some cut down a Christmas tree, strapping it to their car like fir-scented carrion. Others decorate a tropical houseplant with sparkling LED lights. Still others light a series of candles, … Continue reading