New aquaculture regulations

Tourists with no sense of danger

Aquaculture headline in JM

Aquaculture farms in Madeira will have to meet the requirements of an environmental monitoring program. Regional Secretary for the Sea and Fisheries, Teófilo Cunha, explains that the measure, unprecedented in the country, aims to reinforce the Government’s ecological commitment and “demystify” some “social prejudice”. The new aquaculture directives will be presented tomorrow and are based on visual, physical-chemical and biological inspections.

The front page photographic highlight goes to a breathtaking landscape with the title tourists with no sense of danger. The newspaper reports that countless tourists ignore the signs for the danger that precedes the access to the escarpment where the Guindaste viewpoint is located, in Faial. The negligence of visitors is a daily constant.

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COVID-19 in Madeira: updates can be found in an earlier post

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