BlueNalu is developing innovative cell-based seafood

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While 3D printed steak and lab-produced chicken are on their way to the market, one innovative company has set their sights on providing a well-rounded menu of seafood options that don't come from the sea. BlueNalu's mission is to be the global leader in cellular aquaculture, a type of food development aimed at creating sustainable solutions for overfishing and seafood shortages

Good, Better, Best: Seafood

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Why scallop purveyor Raw Seafoods got hooked on blockchain

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Software, hardware and satellites are all onboard, too. Blockchain Information Technology Innovation Supply Chain

MSC Sustainable Seafood Roundtable in Singapore

Eco-Business

This Sustainable Seafood Roundtable brings together forward-thinking establishments and visionaries to reflect and reinforce the importance of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 12 and 14 in seafood supply chains

Can sustainable seafood and energy de-risk Japan’s economy?

Impact Alpha

Still, two of its largest industries, energy and seafood, present continued environmental risks. Overpaying for energy Carbon Tracker is urging Japanese policy makers to rethink their pro-coal stance, or face a The post Can sustainable seafood and energy de-risk Japan’s economy? Japan has staked out a leadership position in sustainable investing. Two reports call out opportunities to reduce risks and reap benefits by going green.

As ocean temperatures rise, so does mercury exposure in seafood

Inhabitat - Innovation

In case there weren’t already enough reasons to limit global warming to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius, a new study released in Nature reveals that even a 1 degree increase in ocean temperatures leads to a significant increase in mercury exposure among fish — and the people that consume them

Vegan tuna launches Nestle's voyage into seafood alternatives

Business Green

Nestlé has developed a plant-based alternative to tuna as the global food giant makes its first move into the growing market for vegan alternatives to seafood. Nestle unveils new vegan range, as company reveals sales of plant-based alternatives totaled £168m last year.

The Brief: Family businesses in East Africa, pad splitting, vertical farming in Finland, seafood tracing in India, crowdfunding through COVID

Impact Alpha

The post The Brief: Family businesses in East Africa, pad splitting, vertical farming in Finland, seafood tracing in India, crowdfunding through COVID appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Greetings! And a warm welcome to all of the Agents of Impact from USAID and The Conduit.

BlueNalu is developing innovative cell-based seafood

AGreenLiving

While 3D printed steak and lab-produced chicken are on their way to the market, one innovative company has set their sights on providing a well-rounded menu of seafood options that don’t come from the sea. BlueNalu’s mission is to be the global leader in cellular aquaculture, a type of food development aimed at creating sustainable solutions for overfishing and seafood shortages. BlueNalu is developing innovative cell-based seafood.

That’s a wrap for Fish 2.0, after supporting 600 seafood innovators

Impact Alpha

competition has been the go-to source for investors looking to drum up sustainable seafood opportunities. It wrapped up its fourth, and final, competition with 38 participating teams and six winners, which include: seafood cold-chain product maker Fortuna; alternative fish feed producer Montana Microbial Products; healthy hatchlings The post That’s a wrap for Fish 2.0, after supporting 600 seafood innovators appeared first on ImpactAlpha.

Cell-based seafood firm Shiok Meats raises US$12.6m in Series A funding

Eco-Business

The news, which follows Green Monday Holdings’ US$70 million fundraising announcement last week, shows investors’ appetite for alternative proteins remains strong

Seafood stakeholders push for stricter sustainability measures in landmark Fisheries Bill

Business Green

Raft of UK supermarkets and food brands warn government's current proposals could damage the ability of UK fishing communities to meet growing demand for sustainable seafood.

The history of cellular agriculture (and the future of food, too)

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From green pariah to insect proteins: Thai Union charts course to sustainable seafood

Business Green

Thai canned fish giant is sailing beyond past criticism to lead the seafood industry towards a more planet-friendly future

Why scallop purveyor Raw Seafoods got hooked on blockchain

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See the original post: Why scallop purveyor Raw Seafoods got hooked on blockchain. Software, hardware and satellites are all onboard, too. Business Green all-onboard biofuels blockchain corporate strategy energy & climate hardware-and information technology innovation procurement supply-chain

As Covid-19 hit seafood sales, Indonesian fishers worry about sinking livelihood

Eco-Business

With restaurants and shopping malls shut down to observe social distancing measures, and export demand taking a plunge, Indonesian fishers are now seeing a dip in their incomes with many worried about losing their jobs

How the digital wave is contributing to the rise of sustainable fisheries

AGreenLiving

Despite higher demand for seafood and fish, world reserves have not kept up, and aquaculture is becoming more common as a result. Aquaculture uses techniques of breeding marine species in all types of water environments as a means to supplement seafood demand.

Thai seafood giant invests in insect protein innovator Flying Spark

Business Green

Insects could play a key role in making humanity's diet more sustainable, according to experts

How the digital wave is contributing to the rise of sustainable fisheries

GreenBiz

Despite higher demand for seafood and fish, world reserves have not kept up, and aquaculture is becoming more common as a result. Aquaculture uses techniques of breeding marine species in all types of water environments as a means to supplement seafood demand.

How Thai Union rapidly pivoted to a greener business strategy

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The Thai canned fish giant is moving beyond past criticism to lead the seafood industry towards a more planet-friendly future. Food & Agriculture Food Systems Shipping Shipping & Logistics Supply chain United Nations

S2G Ventures closes $100 million for sustainable oceans fund

Impact Alpha

It’s now expanding into ocean health and sustainable seafood. S2G’s Oceans and Seafood fund will back early- and growth-stage startups developing science and. ImpactAlpha, August 13 – Venture capital firm S2G Ventures invests in sustainable agrifood technology.

Climate change is making it more dangerous to eat certain fish

Grist

According to a new study published in the journal Nature on Wednesday, higher ocean temperatures are causing the mercury content of certain fish to increase despite regulations aimed at reducing the amount of the heavy metal in our seafood. Emissions of mercury have declined over time, which should theoretically result in a decrease in its levels in seafood. News Science fish mercury overfishing seafood

How I got here… Thai Union Group’s sustainability head, Darian McBain

Eco-Business

The environmental engineer is bent on cleaning up the supply chain of the seafood industry—one of the most contentious industries known for its negative environmental impacts and human rights abuses

The history of cellular agriculture (and the future of food, too)

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shless seafood — oh my. Business Green animal-welfare biomaterials books eggs-and greenbiz reads shless-seafoodCowless meat, chickenless eggs and ?shless Go here to see the original: The history of cellular agriculture (and the future of food, too).

Quiz #87: Food Carbon Footprint Challenge

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Eco appeared-first carbon challenge earth first-on-earth food home & garden how & buy knowing-how mental-habits seafood the-singleA few simple mental habits such as knowing how to … The post Quiz #87: Food Carbon Footprint Challenge appeared first on Earth 911. Read the original: Quiz #87: Food Carbon Footprint Challenge.

How Thai Union rapidly pivoted to a greener business strategy

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The Thai canned fish giant is moving beyond past criticism to lead the seafood industry towards a more planet-friendly future. Business Green a-more-planet-frien align-material and-analytics lead-the more-planet-friendly past-criticism seafood united-nationsSee the original post here: How Thai Union rapidly pivoted to a greener business strategy.

Alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals isn’t action. How can businesses execute their strategies?

Eco-Business

A Japanese home builder and an Italian seafood company show what it means to make real progress towards sustainability, and offer lessons on how corporations can manage the gargantuan task

Rare blue lobster turns up in Red Lobster shipment

AGreenLiving

” Soon after Clawde’s arrival, the corporate office phoned the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program, which promotes sustainably sourced seafood. Seafood Watch connected Red Lobster with the Akron Zoo, which was excited to adopt the azure lobster.

Distant-water fishing operations must become more transparent

Eco-Business

Reform would ensure the long-term sustainability of commercial fishing, tackle illegal activity and improve the seafood supply chain

MSC Chain of Custody Training

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Join the Marine Stewardship Council in our vision to have the world's oceans teeming with life and sustainable seafood forever

Covid-19 and meat plants in Asia: A contrast in fortunes to the United States?

Eco-Business

Unlike in the United States and some parts of Europe, no major coronavirus outbreaks have been reported so far in Asia’s meat and seafood industry. Some companies believe early preventive measures played a role

For Southeast Asia's migrant fishers, modern slavery is still alive on the high seas

Eco-Business

On International Human Rights Day, Greenpeace exposed the inhumane conditions that Southeast Asian fishers face while working on board foreign fishing vessels, plying the remote waters to meet Asia's surging demand for seafood

As aquaculture booms, it's consuming more fish than it produces

Eco-Business

Aquaculture is one way to meet Asia’s growing demand for seafood, but using fish as feed could worsen the problem of declining fish stocks globally. What alternatives has the industry come up with to end this ‘fish-eat-fish’ world

Lab meat firms join forces to create new lobby group

Business Green

Newly formed Alliance for Meat, Poultry & Seafood Innovation boasts members that bypass rearing and slaughtering animals to produce meat directly from cells

New Harvest 2019: Envisioning a food system built around cells, not animals 

AFN Sustainable Protein

So are larger meat, dairy and seafood groups. Investors are paying attention. And yet the cell ag industry still has a long way to go, agreed delegates of the recent New Harvest conference in Boston. Brittany Solano reports for AFN. The post New Harvest 2019: Envisioning a food system built around cells, not animals appeared first on AgFunderNews.

Plant-Based Meat Startups Have Cracked Beef, But What About Chicken?

AFN Sustainable Protein

Now food retailers are demanding other alternatives, but creating viable plant-based alternatives for other food types like dairy, seafood, muscle cuts, and poultry could prove trickier. Plant-based ground beef has become a staple at several fast food restaurants across the US. The post Plant-Based Meat Startups Have Cracked Beef, But What About Chicken? appeared first on AgFunderNews. Alt Meat/Protein FoodTech Industry Research & Data plant-based sustainable protein

Caught out? UK supermarkets accused of 'turning blind eye' to unsustainable fish feed

Business Green

The UK's leading supermarkets are being accused of "turning a blind eye" to environmentally destructive fishing practices linked to the farmed seafood they sell, after a study found consumers may be unknowingly and indirectly eating hundreds of thousands of tonnes of wild fish. However, as much as a fifth of global wild fish and seafood catch is used to produce FMFO to supply farmed livestock, fish, and seafood, according to previous research by Changing Markets.

The Brief: Impact aquaculture, India’s small business opportunity, dark side of toilet paper, sustainable secondaries, energy-poverty commission

Impact Alpha

The best of the new ventures raising seafood on land and at sea showcase how impact investors The post The Brief: Impact aquaculture, India’s small business opportunity, dark side of toilet paper, sustainable secondaries, energy-poverty commission appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Greetings, Agents of Impact! Impact Voices: Pass the Mic Investments in sustainable aquaculture point to a greener ‘blue economy.’

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

Envirotec Magazine

Utilising low-carbon sources of protein from the ocean, such as seafood and seaweeds, to help feed future populations in a healthy and sustainable way, while easing emissions from land-based food production could support emission reductions of up to 1.24 The ambition of SeaBOS members is to increase the production of healthy and sustainable seafood, and to improve ocean health overall.

How a Blue New Deal charts a course for a sustainable sea change

GreenBiz

fisheries adapt to climate impacts; catalyzing the growth of a "new sustainable seafood industry," including aquaculture, mariculture and plant- and cell-based seafood alternatives. How a Blue New Deal charts a course for a sustainable sea change. Joel Makower. Mon, 07/20/2020 - 02:11.