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How to Make a Difference: What You Can Do

If you can spare a few moments, please write to the press expressing you concern about Scottish salmon farming. Here are key points you might consider mentioning:

  • Scottish salmon is the most contaminated foodstuff on the supermarket shelf
  • Boycott farmed salmon
  • Farmed salmon is threat to the pristine Scottish marine environment, wild salmon and sea trout stocks and to public health
  • The Government and the Food Standards Agency in particular should be ashamed of themselves for protecting salmon farmers and promoting the industry rather than protecting consumers and promoting food safety
  • Here is a list of the email contacts for the principal Scottish newspapers letters editors:

    Herald letters@theherald.co.uk
    Scotsman letters_ts@scotsman.com
    Daily Record letters@dailyrecord.co.uk
    Express scotexpress@express.co.uk
    Mirror dmailbox@mirror.co.uk
    METRO critics@metroscot.co.uk
    Daily Mail letters@dailymail.co.uk
    FT letters.editor@ft.com
    Guardian letters@guardian.co.uk
    Independent letters@independent.co.uk
    Sunday Express scotsunday@express.co.uk
    Sunday Herald letters@sundayherald.com
    Sunday Mail mailbox@sundaymail.co.uk
    SoS letterssos@scotlandonsunday.com
    Sunday Times scotland@sundaytimes.co.uk
    Observer letters@observer.co.uk
    Edinburgh Evening News letters_en@scotsman.com
    Aber Eve Exp ee.editor@ajl.co.uk
    Glasgow Evening Times TimesEditorial@scottishmedia.com
    Dundee Courier courier@dcthomson.co.uk
    Dundee ET letters@eveningtelegraph.co.uk

    IMPORTANT: DON'T Forget to give your full mailing address AND telephone number. KEEP IT SHORT and to the point.