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Tidak Lagi Menggunakan Plastik Terpal..... Begini Cara Budidaya Udang Vaname Menggunakan Geomembrane

Budidaya udang Vanamee menggunakan  Geomembrane PT Kencana Tiara Gemilang

Sekarang bukan jamannya lagi budidaya udang Vaname menggunakan terpal,
karena saat ini telah muncul pengganti terpal untuk… 357 more words


Farmed Salmon — one of the most toxic foods in the world

“Aquaculture promotes itself as a sustainable solution to overfishing. But in reality, fish farms actually cause more problems than they solve. There’s really little difference, in terms of environmental pollution, between  312 more words


Oysterculture on the Amazon mangrove coast

A paper from Dioniso de Souza Sampaio’s Ph.D. thesis went into volume 11 of Reviews in Aquaculture yesterday (14 February 2019). The paper has been available on Early View since December 2017. 221 more words


Sustainable Aquaculture for Profit #Mozambique @world_fishing #AgriStream

FAO (Photo) and the Government of Mozambique are working to bolster aquaculture. 

Traditionally, the Mozambican aquaculture sector is comprised of many small-scale extensive fish farms. Production is mainly destined for consumption by the fish farmers and their families, although some surpluses are sold, generally close to the village. 1,035 more words


Splashing the Cash at Aquaculture

But is Aquaculture a Sunset Industry Like Oil and Gas?

In the last 12 months, we have seen overwhelming evidence that the oceans around New Zealand have been warming to an alarming degree.  481 more words

Climate Change

Forward Thinking: The FAO and the EC

Aquaculture in Ireland © Kim Sawicki

Sustainable fishery practices that are “ecosystem-based”
have been identified by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations… 250 more words

Conservation Through Innovation

The Fishing Cat Conservancy: Community-Based Conservation at its Finest

Last week I introduced a fascinating species: the fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus). Fishing cats are unique in that they depend almost entirely on water to catch their prey, and even have partially webbed feet. 1,251 more words