Sainsbury’s is market leader in Greenpeace tuna league

Green (Living) Review

Sainsbury''s has taken the top spot of Greenpeace''s tuna league table which looks at the sustainability standard of tinned tuna sold in supermarkets. Positioned as one of the ''market leaders'' for offering customers pole and line caught skipjack tuna across all our own brand tuna products from canned through to sandwiches and ready meals. Sainsbury’s ranked number one in 2008 and joint first in 2011 in the tinned tuna league table.

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THERE'S NOW'T FISHY ABOUT ETHICAL SHOPPING!

Green (Living) Review

SUSTAINABLE TUNA BRAND THE REEL FISH COMPANY NETS HUNDREDS OF NEW SHOPPERS Independent ethical tinned tuna brand, The Reel Fish Company, has been making air-waves on the telly, with the launch of its first fishy TV ad campaign, piloted on Yorkshire Tyne Tees and Meridian South television. Despite this, the vast majority of tinned tuna available on supermarket shelves is sourced from nets. You sift through it all to get to the tuna and discard the rest."

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Eaton Smart: stay green in Hong Kong

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Eaton’s Japanese restaurant Yagura is the first in Hong Kong to stop serving endangered blue fin tuna, and the hotel’s culinary team is now facing up to an even more difficult task—how to stop serving shark fin soup. Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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Hong Kong: stay smart, stay green

Green Traveler Guides

Eaton’s Japanese restaurant Yagura is the first in Hong Kong to stop serving endangered blue fin tuna, and the hotel’s culinary team is now facing up to an even more difficult task—how to stop serving shark fin soup. Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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San Miguel de Allende: leading Mexico's green revolution

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She also makes a mean jarabe , a simple syrup of cactus tuna (flower) that transforms an ordinary margarita to the color of intensely purple bougainvilla and the taste of the desert in bloom. Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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Overfishing Threatens Critical Link in the Food Chain

Green Blog

Some predators, including the blue whale, Humboldt penguin, and yellowfin tuna, rely on forage fish for at least 75 percent of their diets. In fact, they account for over half the supply of food fish in 36 countries, including the Maldives, the Philippines, and Ghana. The fish near the bottom of the aquatic food chain are often overlooked, but they are vital to healthy oceans and estuaries.

“We Are Not A PR Stunt” – Marine Protection Organisation On Corporate Sponsorship

Green Prophet

We all know that Copenhagen was a failure, at CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species summit held in 2010) we couldn’t protect the blue-fin tuna, if you read the Times or the New York Times you see that NGO’s have been lobbying and money has been invested but when it comes to green action we’ve failed. Maldives’s Floating ‘Green’ Golf Island Not So Green.

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