According to the Utrecht Master's student Björn Kok, his new calculation method shows that 1 kilo of wild fish can yield up to 3 or 4 kilos of farmed fish.
Large-scale aquaphonics are seen as a way to ensure food safety in future
Growing up by the Belgium coast, Stephanie has always appreciated the sea. After graduating in geography, she started her career as an urban planner before […]
Climate change and its consequences can be felt all over the world. More and more species are threatened with extinction. Not only mammals and insects, […]
As early as the early 1990s, Adri Bout had already realized that fishing ‘would become a niche, something quite special’. Bout managed to set up […]
A team of engineers developed an innovative fish sluice, which offers a migration aid to the animals in obstructed waters. The solution is less complicated […]