Ocean warming has fisheries on the move, helping some but hurting more

August 30, 2019 by  
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Better fishery management can boost resilience, but many fisheries are finding themselves barely treading water.

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The truth about hydrogen, the latest, trendiest low-carbon solution

August 30, 2019 by  
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As misconceptions about the emerging tech abound, we can dispel common myths to encourage hydrogen’s potential for decarbonization.

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St. Lucia’s sustainability map: where blue, green and orange economies merge

August 30, 2019 by  
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A Q&A with St. Lucia’s Minister of Sustainable Development.

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Episode 186: Bill Weihl calls for corporate climate activism; you’ll dig this new farm-data initiative

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The former energy and CSR czar at Facebook and Google calls for companies to raise their voices. Plus, we catch up with Dorn Cox, research director for a new open source agricultural data initiative.

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Factory Fish Farming in Hawaii Expected to Expand By 900 Percent

April 11, 2010 by  
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photo: J. Novak Fish farming has become a reality within an industry that over fished its way through global fish stocks at a remarkable rate. According to the U.N.

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Hungry For Shrimp? First Read This

October 29, 2009 by  
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Finding sustainable sources of seafood is becoming increasingly difficult.  Should you buy farmed or wild caught?  And what are the most sustainable choices?  I’ve talked about sustainable seafood before , and since shrimp is the most commonly consumed seafood in the United States, you might want to have a bit more information about that shrimp cocktail you’re about to eat. Did you know Americans ate 1.2 Billion pounds of shrimp in 2007, an average of 4.1 pounds of shrimp per person ( figures here )?  This figure is actually a decline from the previous year, in 2006, when the average American ate 4.4 pounds of shrimp.  Now if you consider that 85% of shrimp consumed in the US is imported, and since wild caught shrimp are rarer than ever as fisheries are depleted, there’s a good chance that the shrimp you just ate were farmed and imported to the US. Read more of this story »

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