Article - 17 Sep 2021
As our planet's oceans become increasingly vulnerable to the impacts of global warming, sustainable aquaculture is proposed as a key avenue to securing the future health of our marine ecosystems.
News - 4 Sep 2009
NOAA today announced its intent to develop a comprehensive national policy for sustainable marine aquaculture in the coming months, providing a framework for addressing aquaculture activity in federal...
News - 1 Jul 2021
Ten estuaries on the West Coast of North America have been identified as priority locations for expanding the use of conservation aquaculture in a study led by the Native Olympia Oyster Collaborative...
News - 27 Jun 2023
Most of the world’s largest aquatic food producers are extremely susceptible to anthropogenic environmental change, with several of the highest-risk countries in Asia, Latin America, and Africa...
News - 22 Feb 2023
The aim of the ÑCostas Project is to convert plastic material recovered from the marine environment into new recyclable and sustainable materials for use in products for aquaculture.
News - 3 Mar 2022
A natural seaweed feed supplement may hold the key to boosting the health of farmed prawns, and potentially other species, and improving the industry’s profitability and environmental...
News - 15 Oct 2021
A UK-based aquaculture business aims to remove billions of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere each year by growing and harvesting floating seaweed in the Atlantic Ocean.
News - 4 Feb 2021
A nearly $900,000 grant awarded to Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences will be used to explore how kelp aquaculture can remediate negative effects of climate change. The international project is...
News - 10 Sep 2020
Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production sectors globally. Due to continuous growth, ecologically, economically and socially sustainable sites for aquaculture are already in use,...
News - 4 Aug 2020
Humans’ appetite for seafood is increasing with the rising population and the growing trends of a better standard of living across the world.
A red abalone hides under a frond of giant kelp at...