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Canadian supermarket chains say 'no' to orange roughy as NZ fishery re-opened

Press release | September 27, 2010 at 14:14

None of Canada’s major supermarket chains will be selling orange roughy after leading retailers dropped the species due to sustainability concerns, Greenpeace reports.

Greenpeace species fact sheet - hoki

Publication | August 11, 2010 at 15:40

The hoki fishery is now New Zealand’s second largest fishery, after quota cuts were implemented following a rapid downward trend in the stock size.

Greenpeace Red Fish List launched in New Zealand

Feature story | August 10, 2008 at 0:00

Today Greenpeace launched the New Zealand Red Fish List – a guide to help consumers avoid buying fish that comes from the most unsustainable fisheries.

Talking fish and wailing whales

Blog entry by Phil | July 9, 2010

Life in the ocean is not as serene as it seems according to two news reports this week. A marine scientist at Auckland university, who has been eavesdropping on fish says he has proof that they “talk” to each other. Meanwhile, in...

I see red, I see red, I see red

Blog entry by Nick | June 20, 2008

No it's not a Split Enz song it's a new international fish red list. In a new report , Greenpeace has shown that in the U.S., most supermarkets purchase seafood with little consideration of where it came from, how it was caught, or...

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