This summer, consider sustainable seafood

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This summer, consider sustainable seafood. Summer makes me nostalgic for seafood. I spent my days snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, strolling through quaint markets and eating lots of seafood. . Plant-based seafood is catching up .

'Sustainable' seafood certification boosts company share prices: study

Eco-Business

The certification by Marine Stewardship Council leads to higher share prices for seafood companies. But the eco label overlooks an increasingly important factor for 'sustainable' seafood: how marine animals are treated before they're eaten

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BlueNalu is developing innovative cell-based seafood

Inhabitat - Innovation

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.

From plant-based to cell-based: Sustainable seafood alternatives of the future

Eco-Business

Food-tech companies are racing to bring to market seafood alternatives as concerns mount over the sustainability of the fishing industry

X-Press Pearl sinking puts a lens on seafood safety in Sri Lanka

Eco-Business

Fears of possible chemical and plastic contamination of seafood and salt have driven down consumption of fish in Sri Lanka, the main animal protein for the country’s majority Buddhist population

Good, Better, Best: Seafood

AGreenLiving

A vegan diet may be the single most effective way … The post Good, Better, Best: Seafood appeared first on Earth 911. More here: Good, Better, Best: Seafood. Eco earth first-on-earth food home & garden how & buy seafood the-single way

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

This summer, consider sustainable seafood

AGreenLiving

This summer, consider sustainable seafood Theresa Lieb Fri, 07/23/2021 – 02:30 Summer makes me nostalgic for seafood. I spent my days snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, strolling through quaint markets and eating lots of seafood. Seafood hasn’t been part of my diet after learning about the detrimental effects of overfishing on our oceans , appalling human rights violations on vessels and fish sentience.

She sells sea cells: Frozen food giant explores plans to bring cell-cultured seafood to European market

Business Green

Nomad Foods has partnered with BlueNalu to explore bringing the sustainable seafood products to Europe.

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

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

As seafood industry adopts green bonds, a report charges greenwashing

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, July 29 – Mowi ASA, the Norwegian fish farming giant, raised €200 million from investors last year in what was the seafood industry’s. The post As seafood industry adopts green bonds, a report charges greenwashing appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Conservation Impact Management Oceans Signals

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 is developing innovative cell-based seafood.

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.

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.

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.

'It pays to be green': New study reveals how eco-labels help boost seafood companies' share prices

Business Green

New research reveals that seafood companies that have been certified as eco-friendly can increase in market value by an average of $23 million 20 days after certification.

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.

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.

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

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

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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

Why scallop purveyor Raw Seafoods got hooked on blockchain

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UNEP Southeast Asia plastics lead Maggie Lee returns to WWF

Eco-Business

The former Procter & Gamble executive takes on a role as WWF's APAC lead for global seafood traceability based in Bangkok

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

5 Diet Tips For A Healthy Planet

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Why we should support small fishing boats over super-trawlers, Part 2

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Why we should support small fishing boats over super-trawlers, Part 1

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How Thai Union rapidly pivoted to a greener business strategy

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Will consumers support better welfare for the fish that end up in their tummies?

Eco-Business

To improve the lives of over 100 billion aquatic animals that are farmed each year, advocates want sustainable seafood labelling schemes to incorporate welfare standards

UNEP Southeast Asia plastics project lead Maggie Lee returns to WWF

Eco-Business

The former Procter & Gamble executive takes on a role as WWF's APAC lead for global seafood traceability based in Bangkok

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.

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.

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 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.

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

The Importance of Sustainable Fishing

Green Living Guy

Since time immemorial, humans relied on the oceans and other bodies of water for edible seafood. Now, according to Fish Forward, more than ¾ of fish stocks are fully fished. The result? We endanger marine species, including the Pacific Bluefin.

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

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How Thai Union rapidly pivoted to a greener business strategy

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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.

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

S2G Ventures backs five blue economy startups

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, June 22 — SG2 Ventures last year raised $100 million for its Ocean and Seafood fund to invest in early- and growth-stage. The post S2G Ventures backs five blue economy startups appeared first on Impact Alpha. aquaculture Dealflow Oceans