11 February 2019

Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny, 2017 Foundation Scholar, co-authored an article on Canadian aquaculture regulation, which was published in Ottawa Law Review.

It lays out key issues posed by industrialized aquaculture and argues that moving the “production” of seafood from marine fisheries to aquaculture merely shifts the source of damage done to the environment. 

The article is available in open access here

Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny

Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny (environmental law, University of Ottawa) critically analyzes rules under the law of the sea that protect marine biodiversity with a view to promoting a more sustainable relationship between marine life and humanity.

2017 Scholars