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    “Negligible likelihood” AquaBounty salmon cause any effects on the environment of the U.S.

    Following a 2020 court ruling, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has re-examined the risks that AquaBounty's genetically modified salmon farming could pose...

    Marine waste and plastic pollution: the chance to make the change

    The 2nd of March of 2022 marks a before and after in the fight against marine waste and plastic pollution which is what is...

    Grieg Seafood Finnmark should cull one million fish, according to Norwegian Food Safety Authority

    The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has notified two decisions against Grieg Seafood Finnmark AS that they must cull and destroy fish in four cages at the Laholmen location and four cages at the Vedbotn location in Nordkapp municipality. The reason is high mortality and poor welfare as a result of the disease systemic spironucleouse. Grieg Seafood Finnmark AS has until 25 October to submit objections to the notices of decision. A disease that causes poor welfare and high mortality Eventually, Spironucleus salmonicida is a rare parasitic disease in farmed fish. The parasite spreads to all parts of the fish's body, muscles, internal organs, and skin and forms boils and sores. Mortality can be high. There is no known treatment for the disease. The disease is harmless to humans. Based on historical experience with the...

    Bakkafrost, ranked as one of the top Scandinavian companies in sustainability reporting 

    A new report from Position Green (formerly The Governance Group) has ranked Bakkafrost as one of the top Scandinavian...

    Veramaris sets science-based target to further reduce carbon footprint by 2030

    Veramaris has set a science-based target, approved by the Science Based Target initiative (SBTi), to reduce its Greenhouse Gas...

    Countries launch ‘The High Ambition Coalition to End Plastic Pollution’

    The Governments of Rwanda and Norway have launched today The High Ambition Coalition to End Plastic Pollution. Canada, Peru,...
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    The seawater temperature impact: One of the biggest aquaculture challenges

    Farmed salmon is mainly produced in Norway, Chile, Scotland, the Faroe Islands, Ireland, Iceland, Canada, the USA, Tasmania, and...

    Nordic Prime Ministers join forces for a sustainable ocean economy and green transition

    And promote healthy marine ecosystems The Nordic Prime Ministers – Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Mette Frederiksen, Sanna Marin, Magdalena Andersson, and Jonas...

    Cermaq addresses its impact on climate changes and the environment

    Sea the Solution discusses how aquaculture can improve food security Cermaq has launched a research called Sea the Solution to...

    BioMar partners Síldarvinnslan and becomes only global feed company in the Icelandic market

    To build a net-zero aquafeed facility BioMar Group has announced a partnership with Síldarvinnslan to build a net-zero aquafeed facility...
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