Comment – Page 2

  • Mussels growing on ropes at the offshore farm in Lyme Bay, UK
    News

    Mussels with benefits

    2022-10-28T09:03:00Z

    As well as helping meet global fish consumption demands, offshore mussel farms could offer wider environmental benefits, a new study suggests

  • EU imports
    News

    Slipping through the net

    2022-10-27T08:06:00Z

    While measures exist to keep illegal fishing in place, it’s still all too easy for illegally fished products to reach European consumers

  • Fishing gear pollution
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    Cost of lost gear revealed

    2022-10-14T10:34:00Z

    New research reveals nearly 2% of commercial fishing gear ends ups in the world’s oceans each year

  • MSC Tuna
    News

    MSC tuna tops 2.4m tonnes

    2022-10-14T07:11:00Z

    Non-profit outlines implications for tuna fisheries of its new Fisheries Standard

  • Sushi plate
    News

    New high for seafood trade

    2022-10-13T12:05:00Z

    Value of the global seafood trade grew by $13 billion in 2021, according to a new industry report

  • European aquaculture
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    Anxious times

    2022-10-12T08:20:00Z

    Europe’s mounting energy crisis has put the region’s fish farmers at risk

  • Mackerel on plate
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    Follow that fish

    2022-10-07T11:03:00Z

    Better traceability can make seafood more profitable, claims a new industry report

  • Naqua
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    Miracle in the desert

    2022-09-22T08:58:00Z

    Following years of investment and research, Saudi Arabia appears to now be ready for bold aquaculture growth

  • Shrimp
    News

    Seafood demand weakens

    2022-09-16T11:23:00Z

    Persistently high production costs will undermine sales in the second-half of 2022

  • John Goodlad
    News

    The Salt Roads

    2022-09-15T08:29:00Z

    How fish made a culture

  • Lab
    News

    Green light for microalgae

    2022-09-15T08:27:00Z

    Two studies have highlighted the significant role of light in extracting valuable ingredients from microalgae

  • Krill-in-blue-water
    News

    What makes a sustainable feed?

    2022-08-22T06:54:00Z

    As aquaculture grows, producers and feed firms are constantly looking for sustainable ingredients

  • Farmed prawns
    News

    Aquaculture at a crossroads

    2022-08-17T10:35:00Z

    While the sector has the potential to nourish the world’s growing population, the FAO insists its growth must be sustainable

  • Alison Hutchins
    News

    Promoting aquaculture best-practice through innovation and technology

    2022-08-12T13:08:00Z

    Aquaculture Stewardship Council Director of Innovation, Alison Hutchins writes for WF

  • Russia
    News

    Russia in turmoil

    2022-08-10T09:41:00Z

    Fish sector faces a perfect storm of export restrictions, a lack of equipment and the logistics chaos – all caused by sanctions from the west

  • GVJ
    News

    Three months that became 25 years

    2022-08-05T08:05:00Z

    Gísli V Jónsson, this year’s Outstanding Icelandic Skipper, discusses his remarkable career

  • Fish processing
    News

    Seafood growth will return

    2022-08-04T08:06:00Z

    The world is producing and consuming slightly less seafood, but the FAO maintains there will be upturns through to 2030

  • Salmon
    News

    When data triumphs over death

    2022-07-29T09:46:00Z

    A digital platform is helping salmon farmers in Norway make quick decisions and reduce mortality rates

  • Mortalities
    News

    Managing mortalities

    2022-07-27T12:04:00Z

    How can RAS farms avoid the worst-case scenario?

  • GG
    News

    Recognition of a 50-year career

    2022-07-27T12:04:00Z

    Guðmundur Gunnarsson accepted the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition’s Outstanding Achievement award for his contributions to the development of fishing gear