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.
Half a billion people depend on coral reefs for food, income, coastal protection and more. The need to protect and restore their biodiversity is urgent.
During the virtual event, researchers discussed the importance of aquatic foods, which billions worldwide rely on for protein and micronutrients.
There is urgency to conversations about the role of blue food in mitigating climate change, increasing momentum toward some specific goals.