Topic GAA Strategic Partnership

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    Q&A with Jessica McCluney of McCluney Seafood Strategies

    Note: The Global Aquaculture Alliance spotlights various members dedicated to GAA’s mission of responsible aquaculture. Membership starts at only $50 for individuals and $5,000 for businesses. Start utilizing our extensive benefits. Featured this month is Jessica McCluney of McCluney Seafood Strategies, both strategic partners  of GAA. Tell us a bit about your background. I’ve only gotten into […]

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    Relaunch of Strategic-Partnership Program Attracts 40 New GAA Members

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance is pleased to announce that since the relaunch of its strategic-partnership program in early September, 40 member-based associations from 26 countries have joined GAA as strategic partners. Thus far, those 40 associations have enrolled a total of about 455 members, but the intention is to embrace the full global aquaculture community. […]

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    Today’s Farmed Fish: Aquaculture Re-examined for the Conscious Consumer

    There’s no question whether the seafood industry landscape has progressed in recent decades – but how much exactly has changed? What new advancements have arisen, and how have they impacted farmed seafood as we know it? Today’s Farmed Fish (TFF) is a newly launched thought campaign providing support to consumers in making well-informed comparisons and […]

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    Maine Aquaculture Association takes the helm of the state’s burgeoning industry

    Maine has long been famous for its working waterfront and well-managed lobster fishery. Today, however, climate change, federal regulations, and development pressures contribute to an uncertain future for Maine’s marine economy.  We recently sat down with Afton Hupper, a member of a commercial fishing family from Maine, to discuss Maine’s seafood industry on the Aquademia […]