It’s decision time today for the future of
the giant mammal as a U.N. top court rules whether Japan has the right to hunt
whales in the Antarctic. Australia has asked the International Court of Justice
to stop Japan’s whale hunt claiming their program is not scientific but commercial,
because of its large scale.
endorse farmed salmon. There you go, that’s it in black and white. Next
time you see someone say we do – feel free to forward a link to this blog-post.
I’m writing this to set the record straight after a few
instances of producers and retailers (and even the occasional NGO) wilfully
misrepresenting us as having supported, endorsed, or given their salmon
farming some sort of ‘best practice award’.
Fishing communities are now "based on razor-blade economics and driven by factors and rules that continually flow from city offices"
The weather forecast determines my life these days.
This wind has been consistent in its strength since before Christmas, I got
several big landings of line-caught squid then, and since then, a couple of
days trying to catch mackerel, but that’s it.
Once upon a time, well actually, three years ago, Tesco promised
to help protect our oceans. Just like a knight in shining armour arriving to
save the day, they suddenly switched and made the boldest public promise of all
the tuna brands to clean up their tins just before we launched a tuna league
table in which they were last.