Seven benefits of having an aquaponics garden at home

By |april 8th, 2019|aquaculture, aquaponics, fish, fisheries, News, sustainable food production|

The European Parliament research service recently listed aquaponics – the symbiotic cultivation of fish and plants – as one of the ten technologies that could change our lives, producing local food without any chemical fertilisers, writes Robert Woods.

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Has the world reached ‘peak fish’?, fish experts ask

By |julij 13th, 2018|aquaculture, common fisheries policy, fisheries, News, small-scale fisheries, sustainable food production|

This week’s meetings of the European Parliament’s committee on fisheries (11-12 July) saw fish experts tackling the growing issues of overfishing, small-scale fisheries and fish dependence.

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Enhancing food transparency and local production with aquaponics

By |junij 26th, 2018|aquaculture, aquaponics, News|

Implementing combined fish and vegetable farming system provides the food transparency and local production customers are asking for, say the supporters of aquaponic farming.

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Time to move fish welfare from principle to practice

By |november 28th, 2017|animal welfare, aquaculture, Eurogroup for Animals, European Food Safety Authority, farmed fish, News|

The unseen life of farmed fish has given them low visibility in civil society, in policy circles, and in the animal welfare movement, despite scientific consensus that fish are sentient, and suffer pain, fear, and stress. Now is time to act, writes Dou...

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