Ocean Conservation: Ocean Acidification and the Impacts of Fish Migration

Green Tech Challenge

Put simply, ocean acidification is the imbalance of chemical content in ocean water; whereby there is increased acidity, and upward temperature changes. The ocean has experienced a 26% pH drop in the last century. Ocean acidification has negative effects on sea-life and the ecosystem. We have written, here , that ocean acidification disrupts the growth and productive health of some sea life, the most vulnerable being shellfish larvae, and developing fish.

Can Bumble Bee and Nestlé hook the world on fishless fish?

GreenBiz

Buoyed by the success of red-meat mimics from the likes of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, a growing number of companies is angling to capture their share of the early market for animal-free seafood. By 2030, it expects demand for seafood to be 30 percent higher than 2010 levels.

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UN report: Ocean-based climate action could deliver a fifth of emissions cuts needed to limit temperature rise to 1.5°C

Envirotec Magazine

Ocean-based climate action can play a much bigger role in shrinking the world’s carbon footprint than was previously thought. This is a key finding of a new scientific report, “The Ocean as a Solution for Climate Change: 5 Opportunities for Action” , published on 23 September at the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit in New York. Global action to address the state of the ocean has never been more urgent. Ocean Conference in June 2020.

Can Bumble Bee and Nestlé hook the world on fishless fish?

AGreenLiving

Buoyed by the success of red-meat mimics from the likes of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, a growing number of companies is angling to capture their share of the early market for animal-free seafood. By 2030, it expects demand for seafood to be 30 percent higher than 2010 levels.