SeaFood Business Features

SeaFoodBusiness feature articles are available in our archive dating back to 2006 providing an expanded library of information that addresses many sectors of the industry. The articles are categorized by topics for easy searchability.

Articles found: 44

Going Green: Year of the shark

By James Wright
10/1/2012
Demand for prestigious soup ingredient in China spurs protest campaigns, trade barriers
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Going Green: There’s a catch

By James Wright
6/5/2012
Disparity in bluefin tuna fisheries makes for tough purchasing decisions
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Networking: Ray Hilborn, Ph.D.

By James Wright
6/5/2012
Fisheries scientist, University of Washington, Seattle Author, “Overfishing”
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Going Green: Weather report

By Lisa Duchene
5/2/2012
Unusual, extreme climate conditions have various impacts on fisheries
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Going Green: Closing in

By James Wright
4/5/2012
Closed-containment salmon-farming project paying environmental, economic, culinary dividends
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Going Green: Beyond shells

By Lisa Duchene
3/5/2012
Researchers delve into impacts of ocean acidification on key finfish species
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Business Trends: Business Power

By Joanne Friedrick
2/5/2012
Firms with social, environmental missions seek special B Corp. certification
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Going Green: Menu Invaders

By James Wright
2/5/2012
Can consumers turn on to invasive species like Asian carp? One chef is betting on it
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Going Green: Comeback crabs

By Lisa Duchene
1/5/2012
Ecological improvements aid Chesapeake Bay blue crab stock
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Going Green: Dolphin dispute

By James Wright
12/5/2011
U.S. defends its Dolphin Safe tuna policy against criticism from Mexico, WTO ruling
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Going Green: Tenuous co-existence

By Lisa Duchene
11/5/2011
Inquiry into B.C. sockeye collapse tackles big questions about farms
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Going Green: Tuna tussle

By James Wright
10/1/2011
Bycatch fuels ugly Greenpeace campaign against canned-tuna industry
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Going Green: Feeding the fish

By Lisa Duchene
9/5/2011
In race to find alternatives to wild fish in fish feed, soy leads the pack
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Networking: Merrick Burden

By James Wright
9/5/2011
Executive director, Marine Conservation Alliance Seattle and Juneau, Alaska
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Going Green: No exclusions

By James Wright
8/3/2011
Gulf shrimp fishery, feds under fire for increasing sea turtle deaths
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Going Green: Policy watch

By Lisa Duchene
1/1/2011
Fisheries experts see change is afoot with CO2 emissions cuts to curb ocean acidification
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Going Green: Lethal waters

By Lisa Duchene
12/1/2010
Pacific oyster growers find themselves 'canaries in a coal mine'
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Going Green: Balancing act

By Lisa Duchene
11/1/2010
Salmon farming shows eco-gains, but gap remains
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Going Green: Chesapeake lessons

By Lisa Duchene
10/1/2010
Importers attempt to sustain blue-swimming crab fisheries
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Networking: Jen Levin

By James Wright
10/1/2010
Sustainable Seafood Program Manager, Gulf of Maine Research Institute, Portland, Maine
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Going Green: Climate control

By Lisa Duchene
9/1/2010
Responsible energy use a growing factor in sustainable seafood equation
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Going Green: Habitat in harm's way

By Lisa Duchene
8/1/2010
Marshes, methane and hypoxia are chief worries in the Gulf
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Going Green: Water wars

By Lisa Duchene
7/1/2010
California king salmon losing political, environmental battles
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Business Trends: Sustainability costs

By Joanne Friedrick
6/1/2010
No hard and fast rules on achieving or measuring sustainability success
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Consumer Survey: Sustainability progress

By Fiona Robinson
6/1/2010
Survey says farmed vs. wild, food safety trumps eco-friendly seafood
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