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Business as usual not enough to meet future fish demand says new report

A new report notes that the world’s requirement for fish for human consumption in 2030 will exceed the 170 million metric ton trajectory of today’s production system by 62 million metric tons. Getting to Eden, a report from global action network Fishing ...

Type: Press Release

Contagious exploitation of fish stocks calls for re-thinking of global fisheries governance

Global marine resource exploitation can spread following patterns that are analogous to disease epidemics says a new paper by WorldFish and Stockholm Resilience Centre. The study highlights how the speed and connectivity of seafood commerce is challenging ...

Type: Press Release

Call for action as Lake Nasser fish stocks decline

Attendees at a WorldFish convened workshop in Cairo have called for urgent action including a fisheries management plan for overfished Lake Nasser. The conclusion was reached during the event on fisheries stock assessment in Lake Nasser at the WorldFish ...

Type: Press Release

Governance structures and sustainability in Indian Ocean sea cucumber fisheries

South Asia Thursday, January 1, 2015 Marine Policy, 56: 16-22 Primary Science Publication Primary science publication Friday, March 6, 2015 Download Governance Fisheries management Small-scale fisheries Sea cucumbers Sustainability South Asia Eriksson, H. ...

Type: Publication

Aquatic product consumption patterns and perceptions among the Chinese middle class

Regional Studies in Marine Science, 7: 1–9 Asia China Primary Science Publication Primary science publication Value Chains Friday, January 1, 2016 Friday, October 14, 2016 Fish trade Certification Sustainability Asia China Fabinyi, M. Liu, N. Song, Q.Y. ...

Type: Publication

Improving the technological foundations for sustainable aquaculture

This project aims to use selective breeding to make improved fish strains, which are faster growing and more productive than other local strains, more accessible to poor people. The project focuses on Bangladesh, Egypt, Kenya and Mozambique, where small ...

Type: Project

Pond to Plate: Sustainable shrimp farming in Aceh

After the 2004 tsunami destroyed the aquaculture industry in Aceh, Indonesia, an area famous for shrimp, small-scale farmers struggled to rebuild their businesses. Now, as part of the IDH-funded Sustaining Shrimp Farming in Aceh project, WorldFish and ...

Type: Video

Inland aquaculture holds promise in Solomon Islands

Fish is a diet staple in Solomon Islands, a country of 992 islands surrounded by productive coastal fisheries. But for inland communities, where fresh fish are expensive to buy and supply is irregular, fish consumption is often low. “In the past, normally ...

Type: Story

Genetically improved tilapia strains help post-Haiyan rehabilitation in the Philippines

Like most houses in the small village of Villa Imelda in MacArthur, Leyte, the home of Evangeline Maico stood on the shore of Lake Bito, a 126-hectare freshwater lake. A 67-year-old fish farmer, Evangeline describes herself as a tilapia culture “veteran,” ...

Type: Story

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