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The $350 million aquaculture industry is under potential threat from a phenomenon known as " ocean acidification " Reporter Nathan Smith reveals the threat is so severe that US Secretary of State John Kerry sent a sustainable fisheries advisor to New Zealand to warn the aquaculture business.
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Vea July, 9, GNA - The Gowri Fish Farming Group on Wednesday expressed its preparedness to fully embrace fish cage farming as an alternative livelihood initiative to support regular earnings of its members.
Michele Holzberger long wanted to grow her own food, but until her family found aquaponics, gardening wasn't her strong suit.
Paul Greenberg's commitment to local seafood runs deep - so deep that the Manhattan-based writer once slurped down an oyster he'd plucked from the muck of New York Harbor, eliciting a gasp from a city official standing nearby.
A common fish that was said to have fed thousands in biblical times could feed billions of mouths in the future as food stocks struggle to keep pace with population growth.
A delegation from Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade is currently on a working visit to Indonesia to boost aquaculture trade links between the two countries.
It's not, perhaps, the easiest concept to explain to us landlubbers, but that one word has caused a sea change among U.S. restaurants.
Joyce Milley, a technical officer with fish nutrition at the National Research Council, holds up a specimen glass containing a one-year-old halibut in a fish health lab in Halifax.
FISH produced through marine fish-caging in Northern Mindanao has shown signs of recovery during the first quarter of 2014, according to the National Economic and Development Authority in the region.
At the same time that ocean resources are hitting their limits because of climate change, pollution, and overfishing, consumer demand for seafood is increasing.
NEW AQUACULTURE FEED MILL OPENED IN INDIANA Jul. 7, 2014 BrownfieldAgNews reports: A new feed mill in east central Indiana will provide new opportunities for soybean farmers.
Piecemeal planning and conservation efforts won't be enough to preserve valuable ocean resources for future generations, a leading group of environmental and marine scientists said last week, calling on countries around the world to cooperate on zoning coastal waters in an approach that would mirror common land-use planning efforts.
Marine refuge: The tangled roots of mangrove trees shelter juvenile fish and protect coastlines from strong waves.
Youth participating in TEENS Inc. have built the largest aquaponics system in Northern Virginia, according COO and Program Director Joe Fromme.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 05:45 pm
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