Below, here are links to .pdf files for 23 press releases and web-pages that the David Suzuki Foundation seems to have removed from its web-site, most of them as of Feb. 3, 2010:
This set of five web-pages went on-line in February of 2004, shortly after the Hites study about contaminants in farmed salmon was published, on January 9, 2004.
These web-pages were under the heading, "Conserving Our Oceans:"
- Salmon Farming
- Sea Lice
- Fish Farm Pollution
- Net Loss
- Salmon Aquaculture Solutions
Press releases about PCBs in farmed salmon:
- New scientific studies raise concern over toxicity of farmed fish feed Jan. 4, 2001
- Setting the record straight on the toxicity of farmed fish Jan. 8, 2001
- Health Minister urged to assess risks of eating farmed salmon Jan. 11, 2001
- International journal published landmark study on wild and farmed salmon Feb. 4, 2002
- International farmed salmon study supports groundbreaking Suzuki Foundation research Jan. 8, 2004
Press releases about sea lice, salmon farming and wild salmon:
- Sea lice from salmon farms leading to ecological disaster Jan. 28, 2003
- New analysis links salmon farms, sea lice and Broughton pink salmon crash July 20, 2004
- Fish farm causes sea lice abundances thousnads of times higher than natural levels, new study confirms March 29, 2005
- Government must act on new study proving sea lice deadly to wild salmon Oct. 3, 2006
- Time running out on some of B.C.'s wild pink salmon. Study finds sea lice from fish farms put wild salmon at risk of extinction Dec. 13, 2007
On Feb. 3, 2010 I sent an open letter to David Suzuki and posted it at my blog (Fish Farm Fuss, my first blog). Internet archives, shown below, show that by 5 pm on the same day, 14 web-pages had been registered for the last time in archives of the internet. A few were last registered around 7 pm. On the following day, Feb. 4, 2010, two more press releases were registered for the last time. Thus, in total, it appears to me that the David Suzuki Foundation removed 16 press releases and web-pages on Feb. 3 and 4 of 2010.
The brochure, Why You Shouldn't Eat Farmed Salmon:
About farmed salmon and human health:
- 2) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/latestnews/dsfnews12130702.asp
- 3) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/NatureChallenge/newsletters/feb2004_food/
- 4) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/NatureChallenge/newsletters/feb2004_food/salmon.asp
- 5) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/NatureChallenge/newsletters/feb2004_food/omega-3.asp
- 6) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/NatureChallenge/newsletters/feb2004_food/conclusion.asp
About salmon farming and the environment:
- 7) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/
- 8) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/
- 9) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Sea_Lice.asp
- 10) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Pollution.asp
- 11) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Drugs.asp
- 12) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Escapes.asp
- 13) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Net_Loss.asp
- 14) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Oceans/Aquaculture/Salmon/Solutions.asp
Last registered by Internet Archives on Feb. 4:
- 15) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/_pvw370829/campaigns_and_programs/salmon_aquaculture/news_releases/newsaquaculture01080101.asp
- 16) http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Campaigns_and_Programs/Salmon_Aquaculture/News_Releases/newsaquaculture02040201.asp
Below, here are .pdf files for 15 web-pages and press releases about salmon farming as they were last seen at the web-site of the David Suzuki Foundation, as of February 3, 2010.
- 16) Web-page showing press release moved as of Feb. 4, 2010 For the text of this press release, click here.
Below, here are excerpts of 16 web-pages and press releases about salmon farming as they are found in the internet archives of the Way Back Machine.
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