An ethical dead zone

Despite the proven damage Tassal is doing to our marine environment, they still brand their product "sustainable" - even product coming out of their dead zone in Macquarie Harbour.

Australian Ethical Investment are reviewing their connection with Tassal - because of the evidence that their practices aren't ethical or sustainable.

Will you send Australian Ethical Investment an email asking them to stop investing in Tassal? The more people who speak up, the louder Tassal will get the message that it's not okay to trash our coasts.


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    • @issydecasanove tweeted link to this page. 2017-04-05 17:03:36 +1000
    • commented 2017-03-30 17:32:03 +1100
      Hi Philip – yes its great! But they only confirmed and publicly announced today:-)
    • commented 2017-03-30 15:43:54 +1100
      Australian Ethical divested from tassal back in February. http://bit.ly/2mRiB5C
    • commented 2017-03-30 15:16:18 +1100
      I dol not buy this type of farmed food. Bad for the animals and the humans.
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    • commented 2017-03-29 18:53:28 +1100
      We have stopped buying this product & challenged WWF for sponsoring such an environmental vandal!
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