Letter to President-Elect Biden on Industrial Fish Farming Executive Order

52 organizations call on President-Elect Biden to replace EO 13921 to support domestic, sustainable wild-capture fishing instead of industrial aquaculture development

2020 Cruise Ship Report Card

Many travelers don't realize that taking a cruise is more harmful to the environment and human health than many other forms of travel.

US Army Corps of Engineers Sign-On Letter Regarding COVID-19

On March 13, 2020, the Executive Office of the President declared a national emergency, finding and proclaiming that “the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States constitutes a national emergency, beginning March 1, 2020.” Despite the ongoing crisis of lethal proportion, USACE seems to be conducting business as usual.

No Cruise Bailout Sign-On Letter

On behalf of our millions of members and supporters nationwide, we write to voice our strong opposition to any assistance for the cruise industry to address the rapid drop-off of worldwide travel due to the coronavirus.

Petition for Judicial Review

Petition for judicial review of agency action and associated environmental review, regarding Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Comments on Kampachi Farms Permit

The EPA must address impacts to human health and the environment and endangered and threatened species, concerns regarding red tide, and threats from increasingly intense storms in the region.

Holmes Beach, FL Resolution Opposing Marine Finfish Aquaculture in Eastern Gulf of Mexico

Offshore aquaculture will put Florida's environment, beaches, marine resources and local economies at risk; therefore, the Holmes Beach Mayor and City Commission express its opposition to these activities.

Comments on FARTF Outline

The draft outline makes clear that the federal government’s current focus is on efficiency and predictability for aquaculture industry participants and investors.

Comments on Draft NSPFA Outline

The draft outline – titled “Ensuring Sustainable and Responsible Aquaculture Production in the United States” – fails to acknowledge the socio-economic, public health, and environmental problems associated with marine finfish aquaculture.

Velella Epsilon Offshore Aquaculture Facility

The proposed Velella Epsilon project is an offshore fish farm that involves the concentrated cultivation of finfish in net pens, pods and cages. These industrial ocean fish farms allow free exchange between the cage and surrounding ecosystem.