Video and audio
WorldFish increasingly publishes short films, videos and audio files on our work. We also publish, with permission, related work from our partners. See the latest audio and video files below or visit the WorldFish YouTube channel.
|More fish - surely we just need to farm the sea?||
Mariculture certainly holds promise as part of the solution to meeting our need and demand for fish, but it's not the obvious option that many people imagine.
|Fish and nutrition - Not all fish are created equal.||
The idea that fish is a healthy diet choice is widespread, but fish differ in the benefits they offer, with implications for how we help the malnourished.
|Fish - Making a meal of it||
27 millions tonnes of fish are used each year to feed animals - can we use these fish better?
|Plenty of fish in the sea?||
How many of us have been told at some point in our lives "don't worry...there's plenty more fish in the sea"? This old proverb might comfort us for disappointment in love, but taken in its most literal sense, few people seem to believe it.
|After the tsunami: Shrimp Aquaculture Farming in Aceh||
Experienced farmers in Bangladesh explain how they manage water quality in ponds in low-lying paddy fields in between two cropping seasons, and why it is crucial for fish production
|WorldFish Science Week 2011 Wrap Up||
WorldFish Science Week 2011
|Building Reslience of Community Fisheries in the Tonle Sap Lake Cambodia||
The video shows how a low cost, whole-system approach to stakeholder engagement can catalyze actions to address conflict over natural resources.
The Integrated Planning for Sustainable Water Management (IPSWAM) project was conceived to assist the Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) in developing participatory water management methodology. In this video some of the beneficiaries who participated in the project share their experiences.
|Farmed fish feed more, pollute less||
As overfishing continues to deplete ocean fish populations, farmed fish have stepped in to fill the gap. The report, presented at a conference in Thailand, finds the industry has grown at such a rapid pace that it now supplies nearly half the fish eaten on the planet.
|Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change by CCAFS||
Interviews with Commissioners - the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change.
|8 Videos, total 30min 10sec|