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    Strengthen the shrimp industry – The pending task

    Today is trendy to talk about shrimp. There is not a day that goes by without news regarding this incipient sector about which little...

    Marine waste and plastic pollution: the chance to make the change

    The 2nd of March of 2022 marks a before and after in the fight against marine waste and plastic pollution which is what is...

    In salmon we trust

    Early November the Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) announced that in October the value of salmon exports broke records once again. "The most significant contribution to the increase in value is the increased price", Paul T. Aandahl, Seafood Analyst at the NSC, said in the report. However, it also included a wake-up call: reports suggest a decline in seafood domestic consumption. "We live in demanding and troubled times, with high food inflation and a fierce battle for proteins worldwide", said the NSC CEO, Christian Chramer. So, the present is encouraging, but what does the future look like? Will salmon be able to keep prices this high if demand falls? High prices and good prospects Since the pandemic and until this announcement, demand for Atlantic salmon has only increased in recent years. An increase that, as Finn-Arne Egeness,...

    Why the future of “blue revolution” concerns all of us

    Probably, sometimes we forget the importance of water not only for human beings but for any living species. Apart...

    What’s next for British Columbia aquaculture?

    September marked the arrival of autumn and, also, the change of phase in the discussion framework established by the...

    Offshore sites or the unavoidable need to renew new forms of farming

    We have the feeling that we are about to witness, if not already, a far-reaching transformation in the world...
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    Steep learning curve ahead for RAS

    With all the good and all the bad, land-based farms based on RAS systems are grabbing more and more...

    The seawater temperature impact: One of the biggest aquaculture challenges

    Farmed salmon is mainly produced in Norway, Chile, Scotland, the Faroe Islands, Ireland, Iceland, Canada, the USA, Tasmania, and...

    Aquaculture public image (II): the possible solutions

    Does aquaculture have a public image problem? That was the question we posed in our previous article in this...

    Aquaculture public image (I): the potential problem

    Does aquaculture have a public image problem? When you talk to industry professionals, this is an almost recurring theme...
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