Sustainability beyond the land and sea, the aquaponics
This recirculating environment is a form of aquaculture in which the waste produced by fish or other water animals provides food for the water plants, and the plants keep the water clean.
Appeals begin for the expected opening of Alaska chinook fishing season
A story that has been making the rounds of the courts since May and that fears that the Southwest Alaska chinook fishery will not open in early July.
BC salmon industry at risk beyond farms
The entire BC salmon industry supply chain shows the real effect that farm closures will have are already having, on the region's economy and community.
The blue economy and algae, a rising force in EU investments
AlgaeProBanos is an EU-funded project with a duration of four years and a budget of more than EUR 12 million, of which around EUR 1 million will be contributed by smaller and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
Norcod increases revenues by 51% this Q1 2023
Norcod has released its financial report for Q1 2023, showing remarkable growth and achievements. The report reveals a substantial 51% increase in revenue compared to the same period last year. Moreover, the company reported a harvest of 3,362 WFE.
EU blue economy report marks out seaweed’s “high potential”
Sustainability is crucial to ensure the future of Europe's fishing fleet, while seaweed could be Europe's next "blue biotechnology" boom.
The kidney disease, BKD, is in four facilities in Norway
Mattilsynet, the Norwegian Food Health Authority, has reported the detection of BKD in four farms in Norway owned by Leroy, located in Hitra, Heim, Aure, and Kristiansund.
Regenerative aquaculture to avoid seafood shortage by 2050
Planet Tracker calls on investors to support regenerative aquaculture, warning of potential supply gap of up to 50 million tonnes by 2050.
Will the wolffish be the next giant aquaculture fish?
FISK, the research station located north of Tromsø, Norway, is currently investigating the large-scale production of wolffish (Anarhichas minor).
Justin Trudeau called in open letter to take action on BC
Yesterday, the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) wrote an open letter to Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada. In the letter, they denouncing the "uncertainty and lack of due process caused" by Joyce Murray.