How we'll eat fish in the future
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Now, entrepreneurs, investors, and some environmentalists are beginning to coalesce around aquaculture as a potential long-term solution to the depletion of the oceans and the world's increasing appetite for this healthy protein. A 2016 report from the United Nations found that 31.4% percent of the world's stocks were overfished and another 58.1% fully fished. Meanwhile, aquaculture surpassed wild-caught fish as a source of seafood for human consumption in 2014. Many see it as the next frontier in sustainable food production.
How we'll eat fish in the future. (2017, June 1). Business World, p. 8/S1.
Aquaculture; Seafood; Overfishing; Processed fishery products; Frozen products; Feed; Cage culture; Recirculating systems; Companies; National Aquarium; Recirculating Farms Coalition; Aqua-Spark; Calysta; e-Fishery; Matorka; Love the Wild; Food & Water Watch; World Wildlife Fund; Tate, TJ; Cufone, Marianne; Novogratz, Amy; Claudia, Jacqueline; Lovera, Patty; McNevin, Aaron
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