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Scientists consider the future of seafood and farmed fish

Scientists consider the future of seafood and farmed fish

Friday, September 16, 2016

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - What does the future of sustainable seafood look like? That's what scientists at the University of California are asking themselves as they consider how the world will feed its growing population.
Some researchers believe farmed fish is the only viable way to meet the growing demand for animal protein -- a demand that's expected to double over the next 40 years. 
UC Santa Barbara's Steve Gaines, a professor of ecology and marine biology, is one of those researchers.

In a recent study, Gaines and his colleagues analyzed the potential of various protein sources: wild-caught fish, farmed fish and farmed land-based animals. The winner was clear. From an economic and environmental perspective, farmed fish is the most sustainable source of animal protein.
Source: UPI

 

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