- Shift incentives to reward sustainability;
- Leverage the latest information technology, including satellite and mapping technology, ecological modeling, open data, and connectivity so that global-level monitoring and planning systems support sustainable forms of aquaculture development; and
- Shift fish consumption toward fish that are low on the food chain – “low-trophic” species such as tilapia, catfish, carp, and bivalve mollusks.
As the global wild fish catch has leveled off even while the world population continues to grow, it is essential to get aquaculture growth right – and ensure that fish farming contributes to a sustainable food future.
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