Call to better understand fish farm emissions

Cost-effective ways could be found to reduce the emission intensity of farmed Scottish salmon Photo: SRUC

Farmed Scottish salmon has a similar carbon footprint to chicken meat, a study by Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has found, with the sector emitting 616,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent in 2019.

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