We see sustainable fishing in a holistic way and that includes the link between environmental degradation and human rights. Illegal or pirate fishing undermines efforts to protect the sea and fish stocks. But what about the human aspect?
23 May 2013 | 4 Comments
| Recommended by 1 Margaret Finlay:
The Rainton dairy project has hit its first major hurdle. The calves from the autumn calvers have demonstrated that although 10 to 15 litres of milk a day is more than enough for them - and up to 10 litres a day more than they would get in some conventional rearing systems - they will drink as much as the cow can produce. Based on the milk production records for the individual cows from last year, this can be up to thirty litres a day in some cases!!
08 April 2013 | 11 Comments
| Recommended by 3 Margaret Finlay:
It’s hard to believe that the first calf born in to our new system is now nearly three and a half months old! Normally dairy calves would find themselves taken away from their mothers within 48 hours of birth, confined to a small pen for the first couple of weeks of life, and then mixed with at least five or six other calves of the same age in larger pens. But the 36 calves born here over the past few months are still enjoying having milk on demand as they grow up side-by-side with their mothers.
26 February 2013 | 3 Comments
| Recommended by 12 Charles Redfern:
Mackerel is back in the news again. Fish Fight recommended switching to mackerel - with mackerel baps in fish & chip shops - to replace endangered cod, only last year. Now mackerel seems to have lost its eco-shine. Why is that and how can consumers navigate the murky waters of fish sustainability? I attempt to give my answer. And whilst I'm trying to simplify matters, I think I want my central message to be: it's not that simple!
05 February 2013 | 9 Comments
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