Sir Jim Radcliffe the boss and founder of the chemical giant Ineos is launching a major new project to recover salmon populations across the world.
In 2016, fly fisherman Radcliffe bought a 300 sq km area in Iceland, subsequently becoming one of the country’s largest landowners. He said it was for a partnership with the Strengur Angling Club that will help preserve north-Atlantic salmon stocks in Iceland by building ‘salmon ladders’ on key rivers.
Criticism has been leveled at the self-made billionaire as he solely controls angling rights in some of the best salmon rivers in Iceland.
LINK (via: Salmon Business)