Opinion: Aquaculture’s way forward is to embrace zonal management

Anton Immink

Certification recognizes responsible production, but fails to account for external pathogens, pollution An overview of aquaculture ponds in close proximity to one another. Zonal management requires the industry to explicitly recognize that one seafood farm can have an adverse impact on another. Photo by Jack Morales, courtesy of Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. Compared to the rich…

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  • Anton Immink

    Anton Immink

    Anton Immink is the global aquaculture director for Sustainable Fisheries Partnership and an inaugural member of the Global Aquaculture Advocate’s Editorial Advisory Board. Anton has 20 years’ experience in aquaculture management, spanning commercial, social and environmental projects across Asia and Africa.