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Recent Releases from SaveBCsalmon

Opinion Piece: Salmon Aquaculture – The Real Opportunity

Published Wed, 30 Jun 2010 06:17:59 EST Read More

To the Editor: This is an opinon piece by Eric Hobson of the SOS Marine Conservation Foundation. It is available for free use so long as Mr. Hobson is credited as the author. Salmon Aquaculture – The Real Opportunity With a growing human population and overfished oceans, there is an ever-increasing global demand for aquaculture products like farmed salmon. In recent years, the salmon farming industry in B.C. has been unable to fully realize the benefits of thi...... Click here to read this release

Land-based closed containment salmon aquaculture report released

Published Thu, 6 May 2010 05:35:11 EST Read More

Land-based closed containment salmon aquaculture report released (Port McNeill; British Columbia; May 6th, 2010) The SOS Marine Conservation Foundation (SOS Foundation) has released a technology report concluding that land-based closed containment salmon aquaculture is technically and economically feasible. The Report, entitled "Technologies for Viable Salmon Aquaculture", has been extensively reviewed by aquaculture experts and will remain in the public domain (see www.saveoursa...... Click here to read this release

Interview Opportunity: Wild salmon stocks in crisis

Published Thu, 13 Aug 2009 13:15:14 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity Wild salmon stocks in crisis British Columbia's wild salmon stocks have shrunk dramatically this year. 10.6 million salmon were expected to flow through the Fraser River; only 1.7 million came. This precipitous decline represents a serious danger to the future of BC's wild salmon, as well as the ecosystem and industries that rely on them. Biologists Alexandra Morton and Stan Proboszcz are available to speak on this crisis. They can be cont...... Click here to read this release