Aquaculture and the Growth of Land-Based Fisheries

CONTRIBUTORSChris VersaceLenore Elle HawkinsMark AbssyPUBLISHEDJUN 25, 2021 2:25PM EDT What is something that humans have been doing for almost as long as peoplehave been putting food on the table? While hunting comes to mind, certainly,there is something else that isn’t nearly as intensive and benefits fromeconomies of scale. It is, of course, fishing. Whether it’s used as a metaphorfor the value of…

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World faces food crisis due to Ukraine war, Russian billionaire

GUY FAULCONBRIDGE March 14, 2022, 5:08 AM What will it take to turn Russians against Putin? COURSE TO TRY TO COMBAT THE LONDON (Reuters) - A global food crisis looms unless the war in Ukraine is stopped because fertiliser prices are soaring so fast that many farmers can no longer afford soil nutrients, Russian fertiliser and coal billionaire Andrei Melnichenko said on…

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Russian war in world’s ‘breadbasket’ threatens food supply

JOSEPH WILSON March 7, 2022, 12:52 AM BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The Russian tanks and missiles besieging Ukraine also are threatening the food supply and livelihoods of people in Europe, Africa and Asia who rely on the vast, fertile farmlands of the Black Sea region — known as the “breadbasket of the world.” Ukrainian farmers have been forced to neglect their fields as millions…

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U.S. Aquaculture

Marine aquaculture in the United States contributes to seafood supply,supports commercial fisheries, restores habitat and at-risk species, andmaintains economic activity in coastal communities and at workingwaterfronts in every coastal state.National U.S. aquaculture production highlights from 2018, as seen in 'Fisheries of theUnited States, 2019.'Most marine aquaculture production consists of bivalve mollusks such as oysters,clams, and mussels. Salmon and shrimp make up most…

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The Tipping Point

By William Sosinsky“A man's conscience, like a warning line on the highway, tells him what heshouldn't do - but it does not keep him from doing it.”Frank A. ClarkAs far back as I can remember since we began to recognize our potential to destroyour planet’s environment, experts have spoken of a tipping point. This is atheoretical time frame where our collective action…

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The Threats To Agriculture And The Collapse Of Our Food Chain

Part 2 By William SosinskySo let us break down some of the major areas where the food chain is currentlyvulnerable and examine the threats to our resources that are behind this prediction.I will keep these sections as concise as possible and concentrate on the specificissues (How we provide solutions will follow later in this book).  The Impacts of Climate ChangeThe key…

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The Threats To Agriculture And The Collapse Of Our Food Chain

Part 1 By William Sosinsky“Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth…these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots between climatechange, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women'sempowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.”Ban Ki-moonThe 21 st century will be about food scarcity, not a lack of energy.It amazes…

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Energime University Announces Partnership with Michael Timmons

August 23 rd 2021 William Sosinsky Energime University is announcing that Michael Timmons and Atlantic Pacific Jadehave entered into a co-development partnership to develop state-of-the-artaquaculture facilities throughout the US and abroad as part of the Energimeglobal food security and sustainable economic development mission. APJ which operates a large production facility in Doral Beach Florida will assistEnergime in all planning and implementation as…

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Energime Finalizes Contract Agreement with Egg Harbor City to

By William SosinskyEnergime University is announcing an agreement with Egg Harbor City todevelop the 25-acre city owned “Tower Site” as part of an extensive plan tocreate a production and education/training aquaculture project in SouthernNew Jersey. The agreement is the work of Mayor Lisa Jiampetti and CityPlanner Ryan McGowan and the results of 2 years of negotiations and duediligence. The plat located 20…

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Aquaculture Market by Environment (Marine Water, Fresh Water, and
Brackish Water), and Fish Type (Carps, Mollusks, Crustaceans, Mackerels, Sea Bream and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and
Industry Forecast, 2021–2027

The global aquaculture market size was valued at $285,359.7 million in 2019, and isprojected to reach $378,005.5 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 5.8%. The otherssegment is expected to retain its dominant position, in terms of revenue generation,throughout the forecast period. Asia-Pacific held a leading position in the global marketin 2019, and is expected to maintain its dominance in the future.…

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