During the virtual event, researchers discussed the importance of aquatic foods, which billions worldwide rely on for protein and micronutrients.
Top-to-bottom value-chain collaboration is crucial to maintaining a sustainable seafood industry, presenters on Day 2 of GAA’s GOAL conference agreed.
This study examined physiological and biochemical responses of the red alga Kappaphycus alvarezii to elevated water temperature.
Investigación encuentra que la acuacultura sensible a la nutrición puede beneficiar la salud pública a través de productos del mar diversos y ricos en nutrientes, y al permitir un acceso equitativo a estos productos.
Recirculating aquaculture systems in theory solve many environmental impact issues, yet they're not immune to NIMBY (not in my backyard).
Research finds that nutrition-sensitive aquaculture can benefit public health through diverse, nutrient-rich seafood, and enabling equitable access to it.
When Seafood Watch awarded Thai shrimp a yellow or “good alternative” rating, it recognized a decade of improvements. Some feel it didn’t go far enough.
Fish farms, especially offshore operations, could certainly benefit – and intensify production – with renewable energy, but there are hurdles to surmount.
For many Zanzibari women, seaweed farming provides opportunity, but hardships are common. A project from The Nature Conservancy lends hope.