Aquaculture

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  • A Moore’s Law of Diet and Evolution | Jason Green | Change Food Fest

    Change Food

    Jason Green, CEO and co-founder at Edenworks, looks at the evolution of diet – from foragers and hunters, to hunters and farmers, to a commodity-based diet species. Jason is not concerned about losing macronutrients in this evolution of diet, but is concerned about growing micronutrients. His company looks at indoor agriculture environments to address this, using aquaponics to grow protein and micronutrients. Read More

  • The Future of Sustainability in Aquaculture – Barton Seaver

    Global Aquaculture Alliance

    Chef, author and sustainable seafood advocate Barton Seaver gives an inspiring keynote address on Day 2 of the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s GOAL 2015 conference in Vancouver, Canada. Read More

  • The Case for Fish Farming – Mike Velings

    TED

    We’re headed towards a global food crisis: Nearly 3 billion people depend on the ocean for food, and at our current rate we already take more fish from the ocean than it can naturally replace. In this fact-packed, eye-opening talk, entrepreneur and conservationist Mike Velings proposes a solution: Aquaculture, or fish farming. “We must start using the ocean as farmers instead of hunters,” he says, echoing Jacques Cousteau. “The day will come where people will demand farmed fish on their plates that’s farmed well and farmed healthy and refuse anything … Read More

  • The four fish we’re overeating — and what to eat instead – Paul Greenberg

    TED

    The way we fish for popular seafood such as salmon, tuna and shrimp is threatening to ruin our oceans. Paul Greenberg explores the sheer size and irrationality of the seafood economy, and suggests a few specific ways we can change it, to benefit both the natural world and the people who depend on fishing for their livelihoods. Read More

  • Recirculating Farms: Building a Healthy, Sustainable Food Culture – Marianne Cufone

    TEDxManhattan

    The United States imports about 86% of the seafood we consume, half of which is farmed. Marianne Cufone explains how recirculating farms use clean, recycled water in place of soil to grow plants and fish together (aquaponics). Read More