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Sustainable aquaculture series – episode 6: Seafood Processing

Welcome back to Calix Sustainable aquaculture series.

We hope you enjoyed our previous episodes, and it is great to have you back for more!

In this Series, we explore different aspects of aquaculture and define key characteristics of a more sustainable approach to aquaculture.

In previous presentations we have shown the effect that Aquaculture can have on the environment and how current culture methods have varying degrees of environmental impact. We have also shown how many of these effects can be mitigated by scientific changes to the current culture systems.

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Sustainable aquaculture series – episode 5: Seafood Processing

Welcome back to Calix Sustainable aquaculture series.

We hope you enjoyed our previous episodes, and it is great to have you back for more!

In this Series, we explore different aspects of aquaculture and define key characteristics of a more sustainable approach to aquaculture.

Sustainable aquaculture IS possible, with the RIGHT mindset, and INNOVATIVE technologies.

Global production of fish and seafood has quadrupled over the past 50 years. Not only has the world population more than doubled over this period, the average person now eats almost twice as much seafood as half a century ago. One innovation has helped to alleviate some of the pressures on wild fish catch: aquaculture, the practice of fish and seafood farming.

But large-scale aquaculture can have significant environmental consequences. 

Among many seafood-related environmental issues, two categories stand out: the industry’s water footprint, and pollution caused by aquaculture and processing.

Sustainable aquaculture series – episode 4: alternative culture methods

Welcome back to Calix Sustainable aquaculture series.

We hope you enjoyed our first 3 episodes, and it is great to have you back for more! In this series of videos, we explore different aspects of aquaculture and define key characteristics of a more sustainable approach to aquaculture.

Sustainable aquaculture is possible, with the right mindset, and innovative technologies.

Sustainable aquaculture series – Episode 3: Effects of disease

Welcome to the third episode of our Calix SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE SERIES

We hope you enjoyed our first two episodes and it is a pleasure to have you back!

In this series, we explore different aspects of aquaculture and define key characteristics of a more sustainable approach to aquaculture.

Aquaculture is replacing capture fisheries in supplying the world with dietary protein.

Let’s look more closely at the rapid and global proliferation of disease as a major threat to aquaculture production, and dive deeper into the conditions that can increase the spread of disease within ponds, and explain how it can affect our environment.

Finally, we’ll explore a few of the solutions available, to help control and manage disease in aquaculture.

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