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Rev



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PostPosted: 17/01/11, 17:59    Post subject: Hugh's Fish Fight Reply with quote

If you haven't heard about Hugh's fish fight, then here's the link to add you name to the petition. This is being supported by Lyme Regis Angling Club.

http://www.fishfight.net/
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PostPosted: 26/01/11, 17:18    Post subject: Greenpeace persuade Prince's Fish Reply with quote

Greenpeace is running a campaign to try to persuade Princes (the fish canning company) to do the right thing...

Its campaign to persuade Princes to improve its policies on tinned tuna is going really well. Over 19,000 people have told Princes that there are better ways to catch fish which don't involve the slaughter of other marine life such as sharks and rays, and possibly even turtles and dolphins.

The company has already been forced to remove false claims about sustainability from its tinned tuna labels, but it needs to change its practices too. Click on the following link to add your voice to the protest...

http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/fishfight?utm_source=ebulletin20110126princesupdate&utm_medium=email&utm_term=fishfight&utm_campaign=oceans
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PostPosted: 04/03/11, 08:49    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like the campaign has gained the attention of the European fisheries commissioner. In the Independent recently she said:"Discarding fish is no longer ethically justifiable and must be banned before the balance of life in the seas is destroyed"

For the full article :
http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/nature/eu-casts-weight-behind-bid-to-end-fish-discards-2229690.html
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