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The salmon on your plate has a troubling cost. These farms offer hope

Land-based aquaculture is still coming into its own, but it stands to upend an industry plagued by environmental concerns.
salmon dinner
Photo by Travis Yewell on Unsplash

The salmon on your plate has a troubling cost. These farms offer hope

Land-based aquaculture is still coming into its own, but it stands to upend an industry plagued by environmental concerns.
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Anti-salmon-farming activists are playing a global game of whack-a-mole

Increasing regulation in several countries is forcing open-net-pen salmon farmers to pack up shop. But then what happens?
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Rhode Island hatchery center to produce top-level oysters for farming, research

A $2.4 million project to build a shellfish hatchery and research center in Matunuck broke ground on Tuesday.
Fish kills in Kenya’s Lake Victoria

Fish kills leave Kenya’s Lake Victoria farmers at a loss, seeking answers

Scientists attribute the fish kills to reduced levels of dissolved oxygen likely due to a natural phenomenon called upwelling, which can be exacerbated by climate change and extreme weather.

Insect farms are scaling up—and crossing the Atlantic—in a play for sustainable protein

Insect farms are scaling up—and crossing the Atlantic—in a play for sustainable protein

Black soldier flies convert food waste into feed for pets, aquaculture, and livestock. But as agribusiness giants partner with European companies, concerns about high energy use hover over the fast-developing insect production industry.
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Tech companies work to make fishing, aquaculture more sustainable

With the rapidly increasing global population underscoring the need to source protein more sustainably, experts say it’s urgent to find ways to make fishing less damaging and more productive.

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