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At the end of October the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) released their Fishery Status Reports 2010, the annual assessment of the status of fish stocks and fisheries managed by the Australian Government. GoodFishBadFish looks at the results and the reaction of environmental groups.
In a four-part series, GoodFishBadFish explores Open-Pen Sea Cage Aquaculture in Australia. This is the method of aquaculture used to farm all Atlantic Salmon and Ocean Trout and large quantities of Yellowtail Kingfish, as well as Barramundi and Snapper. So, do you know how your fish was raised?
The Australian Marine Conservation Society has just launched a great new resource for the sustainable seafood lover.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) has recently announced the assessment of 6 new Victorian seafood products as sustainable. These complement the existing 5 products identified by their pilot of the Sustainable Australian Seafood Assessment Program (SASAP).