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marine aquaculture Archive

  • Years of wrongdoing: territorial disarticulation and the current Chiloé crisis

    Published in entitleblog on the 14th of June 2016 By Beatriz Bustos and Felipe Irarrázaval* The recent social and environmental crisis in Chiloé, Southern Chile, triggered by a massive marine life disaster, stems from a long-standing territorial disarticulation between the state, the salmon industry and local communities when implementing regional […]

  • Political lessons from early warnings: Marine finfish aquaculture conflicts in Europe

    Academic paper which analyzes 24 finfish aquaculture conflicts around Europe and suggests that finfish aquaculture conflicts in Europe are linked to environmental justice concerns. Authors: Irmak Ertör and Miquel Ortega-Cerdà ENT Environment and Management, Carrer de Sant Joan 39, primer pis, 08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú, Barcelona, Spain; Fundacio ENT – MedReAct, […]

  • Tragedy of the few? A political ecology perspective of the right to the sea: The Cyprus marine aquaculture sector

    Maria Hadjimichael (1,2); Adriana Bruggeman (1); Manfred A. Lange (1) 1 Cyprus Institute, 20 Konstantinou Kavafi Street, 2121 Aglantzia, Nicosia, Cyprus 2 IFM Aalborg, Department of Development and Planning, Skibrogade 5, DK-9000 Aalborg, Denmark Abstract Marine aquaculture accounts for approximately one third of human consumption of fish, and its further […]

  • FARMED FISH FOLLIES: ACT II: Marine aquaculture choices

    By Boyce Thorne Miller, NAMA’s Science Coordinator Source: who fishes matters ACT II: Marine aquaculture choices In a minor adjustment of this 3-part blog, I have decided to make this one about the choices we have as consumers and stewards of the marine ecosystem relative to farmed seafood. It gives folks purchasing guidelines […]