The world’s second most farmed fish, tilapia, is under threat from a highly contagious disease called Tilapia lake virus (TiLV). With a mortality rate of up to 90% and no vaccine or treatment commercially available, the disease has raised … Read the rest
The OECD predicts that the ocean economy will double in size by 2030. This will mean more jobs, more food on the table, more energy and improved welfare for many. However, these gains will be short-lived unless the ocean economy … Read the rest
As aquaculture assumes greater significance as a means to meet global food and nutrition demands, concerns about its environmental impacts are on the rise. Modeling key fish supply and aquaculture systems for biophysical resource use is a vital step for estimating environmental footprints and was the focus of a WorldFish study in Myanmar.