FISHERIES: As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains

The post As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains appeared first on Conservation Law Foundation. Posted: 01 May 2015 07:00 AM PDT The 2015 fishing season begins today, May 1, and stricter – but … Continue reading

GENETIC ENGINEERING: FrankenSalmon haven’t gone away. Just what has happened up to 2015?

  Cban.ca January 2015 Canada’s Minister of the Environment approved the commercial production of genetically modified (GM) Atlantic salmon eggs in November 2013. However, the GM fish is not yet approved for human consumption – the Canadian and US governments … Continue reading

POLLUTION:: A Firsthand Account of the Ravages of Lead Poisoning – A warning to St. Andrews, NB

You may remember that residents of Charlotte County, NB in general and St. Andrews in particular, were horrified to learn that an aggregate mining company at the Bayside Port had gained permission to dump surplus materials along the upper reaches … Continue reading