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
A report from Million Insights estimates the growth of the global aquaculture industry from 2012 to 2020, with a spotlight on several particular products. … More Aquaculture Industry to Experience Growing Demand for Bivalves, Crustacean, Salmon, Carp Through 2020
Whole Oceans plans to bring sustainable, traceable, and domestically grown Atlantic salmon to the U.S. … More Whole Oceans to Bring Sustainable & Domestic Farmed Salmon to U.S.
The Aquaculture Stewardship Council released some impressive achievements for 2017 in their December newsletter. … More ASC’s Stellar 2017 Shows Growth of Industry
One of the greatest barriers to aquaculture’s expansion is the threat of disease and pests, which can quickly spread amid any group of living creatures, particularly in aquatic environments. … More Trout & Salmon Farmers Unite To Test New Sea Lice Treatment
Genetically modified agriculture products have been prevalent in our grocery stores since the 1990s, and now GMO seafood has arrived. … More Genetically Modified Salmon Hit the Market