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"Working at the Speed of Trust."

The importance of trust outweights the importance of working fast, according to our partner in the USA, Niaz Dorry, coordinating Director of NAMA. Here's why...



Chiloè Calling

The eco-disaster that has hit coastal communities in Chile forces a re-assessment of our role vis-à-vis the environment and the responsibilities resulting from it.



Pour un égal excès aux quota de pêche. La pêche est un bien commun!


Signe la pétition!



Ecosystème Tanganyika

Pour une gestion rationnelle des ressources halieutiques du lac...



La Nation Okanagan élimine le dernier obstacle à la réintroduction du saumon dans son lac

Le peuple Syilx fêtera ses efforts de réintroduction du saumon rouge dans l'Okanagan par des cérémonies de lâchers d'alevins.




Help Terra Madre Communities in Ecuador

Saturday, April 16, Ecuador shook at a magnitude of 7.8, leaving, so far, more than 580 people dead, 8,000 injured and thousands of people, homeless, waterless, foodless, with insufficient supplies and government help reaching them too late or not at all...



Slow Fish : filières, privatisation des mers et mouvement locavore

David Beriss (Université de la Nouvelle-Orléans) a récemment participé à Slow Fish 2016 : Gateway to the Americas, organisé en mars 2016 par Slow Food New Orleans. Il partage sa vision de l'événement dans un article initialement paru dans Food Anthropology.



Slow Fish goes to college!

Hooking the next generation:the Slow Fish USA network's experiences in stimulating student and University interest on fishery and ocean issues.



The Telltale Cod

Chef Evan Mallets, of New Hampshire, believes every community on our planet needs to wake up to a seafood crisis. Here's why...



Festival Art et Plancton

Oui, l’art et le plancton ont des choses à se dire ! Demandez-le à ces artistes qui passent d’une dizaine de microns à des sculptures monumentales…



Response to the Quick Guide to Aquaculture

Magnus Johnson and John Volpe criticize the one-sided view developed in Lucas’ overly positive paper on aquaculture, reminding us that industrial-scale use of chemicals, waste products and lack of regulatory oversight undermine both environmental and human health.



Le palmier de Kerkennah, un baromètre du changement ?

Kerkennah, c’est un petit archipel tunisien composé de 10 îles plutôt plates, dont deux sont habitées, dans le golfe de Gabès, en face de Sfax... L'un des plus vulnérables en Mediterranée au changement climatique.



Tampering with our Future

Anne Mosness is a long-time commercial fisherwoman, a Food and Society Policy Fellow, a relentless advocate for wild salmon. Here's her analysis of the recent approval of GE Salmon by the FDA.



FDA Rubber Stamps Genetically Modified Frankenfish

Colles Stowell gives us his view on the FDA approval of the AquAdvantage salmon created by Massachusetts-based AquaBounty, deemed to be safe to eat, and which does not require specific labeling...



We Feed The Planet Looks to the Oceans

During the gathering, the ocean also took center stage, as the subject of the conference Stealing our Oceans - Ocean Grabbing and How to Fight It...


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