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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in research and innovations across aquatic food systems.

Asia's 'blue capital' can help alleviate hunger and poverty

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An irony of the current global economic system is that it is depleting the very natural capital on which it depends. Such self-destruction is most obvious in the…

Sustainability, Value chains and nutrition • 02 Feb 2023

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Working with Blue Guards to protect the marine biodiversity in Bangladesh

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The world’s oceans are home to an estimated 94 percent of the world's organisms. Roughly half of the world’s oxygen supply comes from our oceans, where phytoplanktons –…

Sustainability, Youth • 01 Feb 2023

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Diversifying fish species and sources provide a flexible pathway to food and nutrition security

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Scientists from the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture and WorldFish have recently published an open-access paper entitled ‘The role of aquaculture and…

Nutrition • 31 Jan 2023

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WORLDFISH AT THE 27TH SESSION OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES (COP 27)

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At the COP27 climate talks, the world has an opportunity to fully realize and seize upon the game-changing potential of climate-resilient aquatic food systems for the…

• 07 Nov 2022

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Big Facts on Aquatic Foods

800

million number of people around the world who depend on small-scale fisheries and aquaculture for their livelihoods.

204

million tons - the volume of aquatic food production by 2030.

60

million - number of people engaged in the primary sector of fisheries and aquaculture in 2018.

24

trillion - the value of the ocean economy, including fisheries, shipping lanes and tourism.

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