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Greenpeace's Ranking of Spanish Supermarkets Sustainability in Selling Fish
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Greenpeace's Ranking of Spanish Supermarkets Sustainability in Selling Fish (2011) »

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Our diet has an influence on the ecosystem. Greenpeace warns about the destruction of oceans arising from several factors: the consumption rate of fish is growing faster than the world population rate and in recent decades industrial fishing has used fishing methods that are not very selective and instead are greatly destructive. Fishing stocks are under enormous pressure and experts warn that the consequences in the loss of marine life in oceans are unpredictable. In Spain, 70% of fresh, frozen and canned fish is purchased in large stores and markets and Greenpeace has for several years published a report that classifies supermarkets based on the percentage of compliance with the 7 criteria developed from the Code of Conduct of the FAO for Responsible Fishing.

  • Author: juanda (Updated Dec 14, 2011)
  • Sources: Official source http://www.greenpeace.org/espana/mercados-pesqueros/3-ranking-de-supermercados
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