Why Farmed Salmon Isn?t Good for You or the Environment

Since the late 1980s, worldwide production of farmed salmon has increased fivefold, while the market share of wild-caught salmon from Alaska, British Columbia and Washington state has steadily declined. In 1980, commercial fisheries produced more than 99 percent of salmon consumed worldwide. Today, they catch less than 40 percent. This shift does not come without consequences. There are serious ecological risks to wild salmon due to the escape of farm fish from netpen facilities. Well...

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