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Adelaide, South Australia / Promoting closed recirculating aquaculture, ocean conservation and environmental logic. Good planets are hard to come by, and we're ruining the one we have!
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Fishing for our future

The development community is realising that we cannot move forward if we continue to think of agriculture and rural areas as backward

Fish farming grows rapidly, questions on labor, environmental impact

World Bank estimates that aquaculture will grow 75 percent by 2030 to produce more than half the world’s fish even as human rights groups raise concerns over .

Calcifying corals can grow under low pH conditions, although their carbonate skeletons are not dense and are more vulnerable to physical erosion. (Credit: Photo courtesy of A. Paytan)

Calcifying corals can grow under low pH conditions, although their carbonate skeletons are not dense and are more vulnerable to physical erosion. (Credit: Photo courtesy of A.

Bluefin Tuna

Tuna in California waters showing signs of radiation from Japanese nuclear disaster.

A study of oceans' past raises worries about their future. (Credit: Copyright Michele Hogan)

New research shows that rising ocean temperatures will upset natural cycles of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and phosphorus.

Nimrod Fish - From Vietnam Aquaculture Network

'Nimrod', a unicorn fish which has recently arrived at an aquatic centre in Weymouth, is being used by staff as an early warning system. The strange fish change colour if the water quality of the tanks is not up to scratch.

From Vietnam Aquaculture Network

From Vietnam Aquaculture Network

From Vietnam Aquaculture Network

From Vietnam Aquaculture Network