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North Sea cod comes off the 'avoid eating' list

North Sea cod comes off the 'avoid eating' list

Posted on 29/09/15 in News

It is the first time the stock has been considered healthy enough to come off the list since the MCS first issued guidance on which seafood can be eaten with a clear conscience and which should be avoided because of overfishing and other problems.

Do justice to seafood's variety, urges Masterchef presenter

Do justice to seafood's variety, urges Masterchef presenter

Posted on 07/09/15 in News

Greg Wallace is backing a campaign to persuade people to try to cook different types of fish. The ‘Deck to Dinner’ initiative has identified a “magnificent seven” of seafood which it regards as being fished at maximum sustainable yield (MSY) – widely seen as a gold standard of sustainability.

Lampreys return home after 200 years

Lampreys return home after 200 years

Posted on 04/09/15 in News

Lampreys, blamed for the death of King Henry I of England, evolved almost 200 million years before the dinosaurs but industrial pollution drove them out of many of Britain’s rivers.

River pollution found to reduce genetic diversity in trout

River pollution found to reduce genetic diversity in trout

Posted on 03/07/15 in News

Analysis of trout DNA has revealed the genetic diversity is far wider among the living in uncontaminated rivers in the south west of England than those in rivers polluted with high concentrations of metals from the region’s mining operations.