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Undercurrent News, 8 Oct 2014: EU closes investigation into Ireland sealice impact, NGO says debate not closed

Undercurrent News, 8 Oct 2014: EU closes investigation into Ireland sealice impact, NGO says debate not closed

EU closes investigation into Ireland sealice impact, NGO says debate not closed   October 8, 2014, 10:29 am Undercurrent News Update: This article was updated shortly after publication to include the letter from the European Commission The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) and the Irish Sea Fisheries Board (BIM) have welcomed the European Commission’s decision to … Continue reading

Galway Advertiser, 28 Nov 2013: Galway Bay salmon farm halted as EU concerned by ‘Fundamental errors’ in scientific data

Galway Advertiser, 28 Nov 2013: Galway Bay salmon farm halted as EU concerned by ‘Fundamental errors’ in scientific data

Galway Bay salmon farm halted as EU concerned by ‘Fundamental errors’ in scientific data GALWAY ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 28, 2013. By Kernan Andrews A public enquiry could result from allegations of flawed and suppressed information regarding controversial proposal to construct a massive salmon farm in Galway Bay. The allegations have already led the EU Commission to … Continue reading

FIE Press Release, 25 Nov 2013: EU TO REOPEN SALMON AND SEA LICE INVESTIGATION

FIE Press Release, 25 Nov 2013: EU TO REOPEN SALMON AND SEA LICE INVESTIGATION

EU TO REOPEN SALMON AND SEA LICE INVESTIGATION PRESS RELEASE 25 NOVEMBER 2013 http://www.friendsoftheirishenvironment.net/index.php?do=friendswork&action=view&id=1111 The European Commission is to reopen the EU investigation into salmon and sea lice closed in September of 2012. The investigation was prompted by submissions from Salmon Watch Ireland and the Friends of the Irish Environment to the Commission in 2009. … Continue reading

SWIRL Press Release, 24 Nov 2013: European Commission to re-open its investigation into the impact of salmon farming on wild salmon

SWIRL Press Release, 24 Nov 2013: European Commission to re-open its investigation into the impact of salmon farming on wild salmon

Salmon Watch Ireland Press Release: European Commission to re-open its investigation into the impact of salmon farming on wild salmon 24 November 2013 Salmon Watch Ireland welcomes the decision of the European Commission to re-open its file on complaints submitted to it in 2009 about the impact of salmon farm generated sea lice on migrating … Continue reading

FISSTA Press Release,  7 Nov 2013: WILD ATLANTIC SALMON IN DANGER OF WIPEOUT AFTER FRESH WATER SUPPLIES ARE TAKEN FROM RIVER FOR TREATMENT OF DISEASE AT CLARE ISLAND SALMON FARM

FISSTA Press Release, 7 Nov 2013: WILD ATLANTIC SALMON IN DANGER OF WIPEOUT AFTER FRESH WATER SUPPLIES ARE TAKEN FROM RIVER FOR TREATMENT OF DISEASE AT CLARE ISLAND SALMON FARM

WILD ATLANTIC SALMON IN DANGER OF WIPEOUT AFTER FRESH WATER SUPPLIES ARE TAKEN FROM RIVER FOR TREATMENT OF DISEASE AT CLARE ISLAND SALMON FARM Federation of Irish Salmon & Sea Trout Anglers (FISSTA) Press Release 7.11.13 FISSTA – The Federation of Irish Salmon and Seatrout Anglers have protested and lodged complaints to both Inland Fisheries … Continue reading

Friends of the Irish Environment Press Release, 4 July 2013: Department of Agriculture ‘wilfully misled EU investigation’

Friends of the Irish Environment Press Release, 4 July 2013: Department of Agriculture ‘wilfully misled EU investigation’

FRIENDS OF THE IRISH ENVIRONMENT PRESS RELEASE JULY 4 2013 Department of Agriculture ‘wilfully misled EU investigation’ MEP Nessa Childers seeking Commission investigation The environmental group Friends of the Irish Environment have lodged a ‘request for redress of mal-administration’ to Minister Simon Coveney alleging that the Department of Agriculture Food and Fisheries [DAFF] knowingly misled … Continue reading