Thought leaders in the world of shrimp discussed the industry’s past and future at the 2019 INFOFISH World Shrimp Conference and Exposition in Bangkok.
Patima Tungpuchayakul, who rescued more than 5,000 Thai and migrant workers on fishing vessels, punctuates an emotional event kickoff.
The theme of the Aquaculture Roundtable Series in Chiang Mai was “Need For Change.” That means innovations in all production phases of Thai shrimp.
The new Global Estimates of Modern Slavery report released by the International Labour Organization indicates that 24.9 million workers at any given time in 2016 were in modern slavery. One in 10 of those workers around the world was working
An international research effort has commenced to find a solution for Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV), a contagion causing high rates of mortality in farmed and wild tilapia stocks in Israel, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt and Thailand.
Shrimp farming expert Corey Peet discusses the work of convening multiple stakeholders in Southeast Asia, the role of certification and the dynamics of sustainability challenges confronting marketplace demands.
In previewing the SeaWeb Seafood Summit, the Advocate examines human rights in the supply chain and the people who advance solutions in rooting out worker abuses. In part one of a three-part series, Environmental Justice Foundation co-founder Steve Trent talks
Thailand’s tilapia industry has been able to grow into a thriving sector thanks to technological advances and knowledge sharing.
Blue shrimp are very similar to Pacific white shrimp, and can be raised under similar conditions. Blues grow faster and tolerate lower water temperatures.