Feeding the world in 2050

Daniel Lemos, Ph.D.

Huge food projections point to sustainable aquaculture Present scenarios of demographic growth, consumption and availability of food resources reiterate the importance of aquaculture in contributing to human development with high-quality aquatic food. The current global population of 6.7 billion is expected to show continued growth until 2050, reaching 9 billion at moderate forecasts. However, relative…

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  • Daniel Lemos, Ph.D.

    Daniel Lemos, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture Laboratory
    Instituto Oceanográfico
    University of São Paulo
    Praça do Oceanográfico, 191
    Cidade Universitária
    São Paulo, Brazil