Environmental groups evaluate to appeal GM salmon ruling
Salmon eggs. (Photo: Stock File)
Two environmental groups are evaluating the federal court ruling confirming the Canadian government approval of a demand to produce eggs of genetically modified salmon in Prince Edward Island (PEI), to decide whether to undertake other legal actions.
The sentence is the response of a lawsuit lead by Ecology Action Centre and Living Oceans Society, represented by Ecojustice lawyers, arguing that the federal government's approval was granted without adequate public notice, and purported to allow the organisms to be used and grown-out at other, un-assessed, locations throughout the country.
Private equity fund acquires Morenot majority stake Norway
FSN Capital V has acquired a majority stake in Norway based Mørenot Holding II, a world leading supplier of equipment and services to the world’s fishery- and aquaculture industries as well as marine seismic.
EU and Côte d'Ivoire renew fishing agreement European Union
The negotiations held in Abidjan have allowed the European Union and Côte d'Ivoire to agree on a new fisheries partnership protocol that gives access to Ivory Coast waters to 36 EU vessels.
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