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Knuth and Steven J. Schwager, “Global Assessment of Organic Contaminants in Farmed Salmon,” (2004) 303 (5655) Science 226. 13 See Health Canada, “Food Safety and PCBs Found in Fish” (12 January 2004). Online. html (accessed 23 September 2005). 14 Weber, supra note 11 at 28. 15 While fishmeal use in aquaculture during 1994 was estimated to be 17 percent of the world’s production, by 2000 aquaculture consumed about 35 percent of the world’s fishmeal. Christopher L. Delgado, Nikolas Wada, Mark. W.
Developmental relativity Arguably, the valuable work undertaken by international organizations might be seen as posing, rather than answering, the pertinent questions that individual states must address in organizing their relevant activities. The point needs to be stressed that no two nations are at an identical state of development and the environmental balance sheet needs to be the subject of national introspection. As a generality, sustainable development implies that more developed countries should place a greater weight upon environmental goods than less developed countries, but how this balance sheet should be drawn up is a matter for each state to determine.
M. Stead, G. Burnell and P. Goulletquer, “Aquaculture and Its Role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management,” (2002) 10 Aquaculture International 447. For a discussion of potential synergies among principles, see David VanderZwaag, “The Precautionary Principle and Marine Environmental Protection: Slippery Shores, Rough Seas, and Rising Normative Tides,” (2002) 33 Ocean Development and International Law 165 at 174–175. Code of Conduct, supra note 32, Art. 1. Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) and FAO, Aquaculture Development beyond 2000: The Bangkok Declaration and Strategy, Conference on Aquaculture in the Third Millennium, 20–25 February 2000, Bangkok, Thailand (Bangkok: NACA, and Rome: FAO, 2000).
Aquaculture Law and Policy : Struggling in the Wake of the Blue Revolution : Introduction by David VanderZwaag