To mitigate the impacts of climate change and bolster ocean health, research suggests turning to one of the planet’s powerful forces: The ocean itself.
Quantifying greenhouse gas emissions for global aquaculture indicated that the industry accounted for only 0.49 percent of anthropogenic GHG emissions in 2017.
ScootScience, a data management, analytics and underwater forecasting company, is helping a B.C. salmon farmer mitigate the impacts of nature.
There is urgency to conversations about the role of blue food in mitigating climate change, increasing momentum toward some specific goals.
C-level seafood executives from around the world gathered at the North Atlantic Seafood Forum to discuss pressing issues facing fisheries and aquaculture.
Study of potential impact of observed climate change on the yields of 10 global crops show a likely 1 percent average reduction in consumable food calories.
Climate change, shifting incomes and evolving diets complicate the search for solutions to obesity and undernutrition in vulnerable populations.
Faroe Islands company believes nutritious and fast-growing seaweed is a versatile raw material and the oceans’ best defense against climate change.
Researchers based in California are urging the global aquaculture industry to take proactive measures to protect global food security in the face of climate change.