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Farming fish in fresh water is more affordable and sustainable than...

Ben Belton, Michigan State University; Dave Little, University of Stirling, and Wenbo Zhang, Shanghai Ocean University A tidal wave...

Why eco-labelling is so difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic

Graeme Auld, Carleton University and Stefan Renckens, University of Toronto We’ve all, at some point, bought an eco-labelled product. The eco-labels we come to trust are...

Taking fish out of fish feed can make aquaculture a more...

Pallab Sarker, University of California, Santa Cruz The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Aquaculture, or fish farming, is the...

Protecting mangroves can prevent billions of dollars in global flooding damage...

Michael Beck, University of California, Santa Cruz and Pelayo Menéndez, University of California, Santa Cruz Hurricanes and tropical storms are estimated to cost the U.S....

The demand for luxury shellfish is polluting the ocean with plastic

Leah Bendell, Simon Fraser University The federal government has taken action recently to reduce the amount of plastic waste found on land and in oceans,...

Hurricanes and water wars threaten the Gulf Coast’s new high-end...

Daniel R. Petrolia, Mississippi State University and William C. Walton, Auburn University For Cainnon Gregg, 2018 started out as a great year. After leaving his...

Let them eat carp: Fish farms are helping to fight hunger

Ben Belton, Michigan State University; Dave Little, University of Stirling, and Simon Bush, Wageningen University Over the past three decades, the global aquaculture industry has...

Will there be enough fish to go around? Not if we...

By Ruth H. Thurstan, The University of Queensland and Callum Roberts, University of York Globally, we still catch enough fish to eat – just about....

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Kirby Farah, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Day of the Dead might sound like a solemn affair, but...