Fisheries

In our no 3/2015 issue on “Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture”, we presented a project run by the WWF on sustainable tuna fisheries in the Philippines. The project was aiming for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)…

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Fisheries

No doubt protecting marine areas is an effective tool to combat climate change and the damaging effects of industrial fishing. But the best way to protect nature is to protect the human rights of those who live among it…

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Fisheries

Overexploitation of fish stocks, global warming and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are just a few of the challenges which coastal fishing communities in Africa are facing. The African Confederation of…

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Fisheries

Animal production is a major contributor to climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, mainly due to the feed production and global trade. Aquaculture is no exception when considering the species which are “fed”, i.e.…

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Fisheries

Nobody doubts that the world’s meat consumption is far from being sustainable. For many people, and also for many reasons, making do without animal protein is out of the question. For some years now, cellular-based meat…

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Fisheries

In the debate about food security and poverty alleviation the fishery sector is mostly mentioned only in passing, if at all, even though at least one billion people depend on fish as the main source of animal food and at…

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Fisheries

While aquaculture has become a key part of global food systems, its unregulated growth endangers the environment and breeds pests and diseases, an international science team warns.

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Fisheries

This new brief sheds a light on how the fast-growing aquaculture sector can contribute to transforming our food systems. Aquaculture provides a viable alternative to capture fisheries and helps reduce our reliance on…

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Fisheries

Fisheries and aquaculture production have been disrupted, supply chains have been interrupted and consumer spending restricted by various lockdowns. This significantly impacts developing countries, especially those with…

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In a recent study published in Nature Communications, an international research team questions scientific and policy narratives around the potential of ocean aquaculture to solely contribute to food and nutrition…

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