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2015-08-11Does Norwegian Farmed Atlantic Salmon Utilise Feed Resources Sustainably?
The growing world population is in need of more and more protein, and aquaculture can be seen as a potential solution. However, there have been claims that some fish farming results in a net reduction of marine protein resources due to fish meal in feeds. Trine Ytrestøyl and colleagues from Nofima in Norway researched how salmon farming performs.
2015-07-29 Rainbow trout is vanishing from British tables
The rainbow trout, which is one of Britain's two commonly sold freshwater fish, could disappear from British tables within 17 years.
This forecast has been voiced by Morrisons fishmongers, who have observed this trend through the decline in sales of the resource, which dropped by 10 per cent in the last five years, Cheshire Today informed.
2015-07-05GUDPs grønne pengetank indkalder ambitiøse og bæredygtige projektidéer
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2015-07-04Is Sustainable Aquaculture Possible in Europe?
Aquaculture is the fastest growing animal sector of worldwide food production. But, in Europe - in contrast with the rest of the world - the sector is stagnating and imports of seafood into the EU are rising.
2015-07-03RAS Specific Killers - Which Ones Do You Fear?
Recirculating aquaculture farms have been built for a number of farming applications with varying degrees of success. Some applications have a track record of producing viable business units whereas others applications have a track record of failure, often as the result of a "Farm Killer" or Killers that makes continued operations technologically or financially impractical.
2015-07-03Local Fish Demand Exceeding Supply in Finland
In 2014, some 13.3 million kilograms of fish were cultivated for human consumption in Finland. This represented a decrease of some 0.3 million kilograms compared to 2013. The value of farmed edible fish was slightly lower than in the previous year, the Natural Resources Institute's (Luke) aquaculture statistics reveals.
2015-07-03Plan for Sustainable Irish Aquaculture Development
A public consultation on a draft National Strategic Plan for Sustainable Aquaculture Development proposing 24 actions and initiatives to boost the sustainable growth of aquaculture has now been launched.
2015-07-03Research Begins on Closed-Containment Systems for Atlantic Salmon
Eight year research by four Norwegian research institutions into developing closed-containment systems for Atlantic Salmon has now begun at a newly opened centre.
The centre, CtrlAQUA, has been given NOK 200 million and eight years to reach its own ambition to make closed-containment systems for salmon up to one kilogram off-the-shelf systems.
2015-07-03Brazil Announces Aquaculture Development Plan
A Brazilian official presented the government's new Aquaculture Development Plan at a recent meeting in Brasilia.
Secretary of Planning and Planning Aquaculture (Sepoa), Felipe Matias, presented the Aquaculture Development Plan 2020.
2015-05-26Huge Increase Expected in Brazil's Fish Consumption
Driven by increasing incomes, urbanization, expansion of fish production and improved distribution channels, world per capita apparent fish consumption is anticipated to reach 20.9 kg by 2023, rising from an average of 19.2 kg in 2011-2013 and Brazil is expected to lead this increase.
2015-05-26Trends in Salmonid Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
The benefits realised by recirculating aquaculture systems - including enhanced fish growth, product quality and survival, as well as reduced treatment costs - have made the recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) approach an important production trend.
2015-05-26Russian Aquaculture II
Russian Aquaculture, the largest Russian company in the aquaculture sector and the distribution of chilled and frozen fish and seafood products, saw a net loss in the first quarter of the year of 285 million rubles.