wow way off topic thread

Discussion in 'Conservation, Fishery Politics and Management.' started by bones, Jan 1, 2018.

  1. agentaqua

    agentaqua Well-Known Member

    so - no - you really have no idea then, bones - and won't admit the contradiction. Thought so. Typical. I can see why you wouldn't want to have that debate on a thread you thought might instead exonerate FFs.
     
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  2. agentaqua

    agentaqua Well-Known Member

    Here's some more info on FFs and environmental assessments - UNLIKE other industries - FFs, do not trigger an environmental assessment under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (CEAA 2012). The reason?

    Environmental assessments under the CEAA 2012 are conducted of proposed projects that are “designated” in regulations (the Regulations Designating Physical Activities). These regulations focus on major activities that have the potential to cause significant adverse environmental effects in areas of federal jurisdiction. Aquaculture projects are not included in the regulations.

    Anyone want to take a guess as to how that happened??

    The regulations can be viewed on the Justice Canada website at: http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2012-147/index.html

    However, CEAA 2012 gives the Minister of the Environment the authority to require an environmental assessment of a project not identified in regulations if there is the potential for environmental effects in areas of federal jurisdiction or public concerns about such environmental effects.
     
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  3. Floater

    Floater Well-Known Member

    So the numbers are down in areas that aren't farmed?

    Interesting
     
  4. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    You do know that this thread was about right? Trolling and a hijack, you can start your own thread about the environment and your concerns........wow
     
  5. GLG

    GLG Well-Known Member

    Fish farm objects, but Washington state says it’s over for Atlantic salmon pens at Port Angeles
    Cooke Aquaculture says the license termination by the state Department of Natural Resources results from a “misunderstanding,” but the state says the decision is final.

    “The decision by Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz to terminate the lease is final. DNR will work cooperatively with Cooke Aquaculture Pacific to dismantle the facility in a safe and appropriate manner.”
    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattl...e-port-angeles-atlantic-salmon-farm-is-final/
     
  6. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    Lol, amazing
     
  7. GLG

    GLG Well-Known Member

    Yes it is amazing that if we want that industry gone there is a simple way to do it, just like our friends to the south just did. Boom your done.
     
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  8. Floater

    Floater Well-Known Member

    "Sorry Sir, we miscalculated your taxes and you actually didn't owe near as much as we thought, but we will keep it anyway"
     
  9. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    lol, what does this have to do with the original post? Shutting down a farm because the are operating a expired system,
    WOW you got em now GLG lmao again, anything to add to post number one?
     
  10. GLG

    GLG Well-Known Member

    It's simple bones ..... we need to clear a path for migrating salmon and here is a solution to do that. I could care less what Dunn thinks, after all it's his job to represent that industry. We have seen these PR types come and go and frankly we will be here long after he is gone.
     
  11. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    if you don't care what dunn thinks then...START YOUR OWN THREAD. stop changing the subject . its easy click "new thread" enter a subject then make your point in the body. you can argue with people thee if you wish and it will be on the subject............ its simple glg........
     
  12. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    trolled
     
  13. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    i made a sandbox for you AA go play.....
     
  14. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Well-Known Member

    mmmm kitchen you say fatty farmed fish soooo yummmy

     
  15. Dave

    Dave Well-Known Member

    Your'e earning your money today agent, lol!
     
  16. bones

    bones Well-Known Member

    also AA keep it up, as you well know Spop ws given a life long IP band for trolling just like you and glg are doing right here right now............
     
  17. GLG

    GLG Well-Known Member

    You posted a newspaper article and I poster one back seems on topic to me since you said you didn't want to talk about science....:)
     
  18. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Well-Known Member

    AA is an admin bones, best be on your best behavior
     
  19. GLG

    GLG Well-Known Member

    What... how do you know this?
     
  20. cuttlefish

    cuttlefish Well-Known Member

    Actually, you posted a comment from the ED of the BCSFA who, I believe, has a background in journalism and communications and not in science.

    BTW, bones, and while I have your attention, you never did answer my question on a previous thread. You said salmon farms were relocated due to sea lice concerns. I asked if you could name one salmon farm in BC that was relocated due to sea lice concerns.
     

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