Greenland’s good news – Irish Times
June 19th, 2012 | by Nancy Hearne
ANGLING NOTES: GREENLAND’S decision to restrict its national salmon catch to subsistence levels, ie 20 tonnes annually for the next three years, came as good news to those attending last week’s meeting of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation in Edinburgh.
The decision stands in sharp contrast to the unwillingness of the UK and Scottish governments to end the practice of mixed stocks coastal netting, which indiscriminately kills large numbers of salmon returning from their ocean feeding grounds to breed, according to the Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST)…….Irish Times….18/06/12…..read full article…
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