Seafood Commons Connection

The connected seafood industry
Solving the biggest problem the world has ever faced CAPITOL HILL OCEAN WEEK 2019; Washington, D.C. 一 According to the W...
By 2048, the depletion of our oceans could be such that the wild caught fishing industry will be gone. The Oceans are dy...
  [Hong Kong, Sustainable Ocean Summit, November 14, 2018] Global fisheries, a core planetary industry, and source ...
So, what is a trim tab? Last month the Seafood Commons released an architecture for a Decentralized Autonomous Industry ...
Global fisheries, a core planetary industry, and source of food are endangered. At the same time, good actors, advocates...
THE POTENTIAL TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT AND FEED 1 BILLION PEOPLE A HEALTHY PROTEIN MEAL EVERY DAY In planning for over tw...
From Washington Post: Humans are now fishing at least 55 percent of the world's oceans — an area four times larger than ...
Before we call rockfish, shrimp and crab "dinner," some of these species call coral reefs "home." But those reefs, home ...
Pressing the importance of all trade on the Donald Trump administration, including imported seafood, will be one of the ...
  The end of the era of throwaway plastic has been signalled by UN environment ministers meeting in Kenya. They sig...
 As plastic in the world's oceans continues to rise, researchers are pinpointing sources of pollution so that conse...
The last great tuna rush in the world's oceans is underway in the South Pacific. Tuna stocks are being plundered and tho...
REPORT  from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Global per capita fish consumption rises above...
What if we had the chance to reinvent the world's food system and make local, more sustainable food the norm rather than...
Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Seafood prominently includes fish and shellfish . Shellfish ...

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