A new book details how Turkey has become a global aquaculture leader, and is now the world’s ninth largest marine finfish farmer. Other countries, particularly in Europe, could learn much from its example.
Kana Banno, a PhD candidate at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) talks about her transition from aquaculture in Japan, to that of Norway and why fish behaviour and welfare are so important in salmon farming.
Mascha Davis, a registered dietician, nutritionist, author, macro-influencer and the founder of Mini Fish, explains why sustainable aquaculture products, packaged in an environmentally friendly way, offer hope for the future of the seafood sector.
When talking to people about the Global Salmon Initiative (GSI), one of the most common questions I get asked is how did a young woman end up being CEO of a global organisation mainly dominated by men?