As effects from global climate change take hold, the importance of aquaculture in providing food security to the world’s growing population will become even more prominent. Wild fish stocks are expected to migrate with changing ocean temperatures, threatening the historic catch for fishermen and nations who have come to depend on this resource. Some species … More Aquaculture’s Role Amid A Changing Climate
Most production and consumption of seaweeds occurs in Asia, but one California-based company hopes to bring the seaweed revolution to the United States. … More Healthy, Sustainable, and All-Around Virtuous: Blue Evolution Seaweed
While the term “farmed fish” usually pops up in a discussion about aquaculture, aquatic plants are also an important part of the industry. … More Can Seaweed Replace Our Addiction to Plastic?
As demand for seafood and pressure on the ocean grows with the increasing human population, alternative sources of food are also expanding. We’ve discussed how farming seafood, also known as aquaculture, is one such growing sector that will likely soon produce more than wild caught fisheries. But not all of the ocean’s bounty is categorized as fish or shellfish… … More The Promising Potential of Farming Seaweed