Aquaculture needs more governance to be sustainable


The aquaculture sector needs more effective governance to be sustainable, according to new research from a team of international experts

Aquaculture provides about the same amount of food globally as wild caught fisheries or the egg sector, yet questions remain about the sector’s environmental and social impacts.

In this new study, a consortium of more than 30 aquaculture experts suggests five areas that can guide research agendas and policy making.

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