GAAIA goes to Scotland's diseased fish farms on Arran.wmv





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Published on Nov 2, 2012

Day 1 of GAAIA and Wild Salmon First! campaign went to ground zero of Scottish salmon farming's disease nightmare!

Don Staniford of GAAIA speaks of Scotland's first reported outbreak of Amoebic Gill Disease -- in Lamlash Bay on the Isle of Arran on the West coast of Scotland. The salmon farm was formerly operated by Norwegian giant Marine Harvest and is now operated by the Scottish Salmon Company which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and has shareholders including Norwegian banks. Salmon farming spreads disease!

Go to www.gaaia.org and www.wildsalmonfirst.org for more info on the campaign to unite people in opposition to destructive salmon farming practices around the globe!


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