‘Sustainable fish production means striking balance between aquaculture, conservation’
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The biggest challenge in the 21st century that aquaculturists are facing is the pressure to produce food without sacrificing conservation of resources. This was the message of Chief Dan Baliao to the first batch of graduates of Manpower Development for Sustainable Aquaculture Training Course.
‘Sustainable fish production means striking balance between aquaculture, conservation’. (2018, May 18). Panay News, pp. B2, B3.
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Pressure; Sustainable fishing; Fishery products; Aquaculture; Conservation; Population number; Resources; Aquaculturists; Aquaculture enterprises; Management; Curricula; Technology; Training; Livelihoods; Food organisms; Pond culture; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); Baliao, Dan; Dela Peña, Leobert; Genzola, Caryl; Amar, Egar; Lagutin, Rey Jr.; Seposo, Shangrilla
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