As exploitation of wild fisheries and marine environments threaten food supplies, Flinders University scientists are finding sustainable new ways to convert biowaste, algal biomass and even beached seaweed into valuable dietary proteins and other products.
New research from has highlighted the importance of managing the potential impacts of pesticide run-off in areas of intensive coastal agriculture.
Annual global production of food from the sea could increase by 21–44 million tonnes by 2050 — 12–25% of the increase in all meat needed to feed 9.8 billion people by mid-century.
Populations of widely consumed fish and invertebrates are experiencing strong declines all around the world, according to new research from The University of Western Australia.
Mathematical modelling inspired by social media is identifying the significant impacts of warming seas on the world’s fisheries.
Spawning fish and embryos are far more vulnerable to Earth’s warming waters than fish in other life stages, according to a new study, which uniquely relates fish physiological tolerance to temperature across the lifecycles of nearly 700 fish species. The results reveal a critical bottleneck…
Ensuring their businesses are sustainable and therefore seen as more socially acceptable to local communities, are the two leading factors driving Western Australian commercial fisheries to seek MSC certification – according to new research by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and the Commonwealth Scientific and…