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WorldFish scientist named among top researchers for third year running

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WorldFish’s Eddie Allison was again named among the world’s top 0.1 percent of researchers by Clarivate in their annual list of Highly Cited Researchers (HCR). He also…

• 29 Nov 2022

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Crown-of-thorns seastar named after WorldFish scientist

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A crown-of-thorns seastar native to the Red Sea was this week named after WorldFish’s John Benzie in recognition of his groundbreaking genetic studies on crown-of-thorns…

• 23 Nov 2022

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Unlocking opportunities for climate action toward net zero requires a blue transition

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The world's largest ecosystem, aquatic food systems, which include freshwater, coastal and marine ecosystems, are directly advancing the 2030 UN Sustainable Development…

Climate, Nutrition • 14 Nov 2022

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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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