Interview Series: Future of Fish

Fresh Seafood? There’s an App for That

Fresh Seafood? There’s an App for That

New England fishermen are working with technology experts to develop a smartphone app that will provide the history of fresh seafood, reports 680 News. Developed in cooperation with the the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, the tool will incorporate data on the catch, landing, auction, processing, and delivery of a piece of fish. The project

Sustainable seafood dives into the mainstream

Celebrity seafood chef Rick Moonen wants diners to vote with their forks for environmentally friendly fish.

How aquaculture can help shore up Africa’s fish stocks

Aquaculture veteran Malcolm Beveridge sees new solutions to the continent’s hunger problems through fish farming.

Turning yeast into sustainable fish food

Genetically modified yeast can replace wild-caught fish in farmed salmon diets, says Scott Nichols, director of DuPont’s aquaculture joint venture.

Bring on the barramundi

Josh Goldman’s hybrid land/ocean approach to farming fish is setting the stage for a new generation of sustainable aquaculture operations.

Interview Series: Future of Fish

The latest FutureFood 2050 article series takes a closer look at the future of fish and aquaculture around the world. Each interview offers sustainable solutions impacting marine conservation, biotechnology, and feed and sourcing solutions. This series of interviews outlines breakthroughs and best practices in addressing overfishing, warming oceans, and other issues that pose food security challenges.

Read an article or listen to a podcast from the following experts:

  • Sylvia Earle: Founder, Deep Ocean Exploration and Research, and National Geographic explorer-in-residence who has dedicated her time to marine conservation and improving the environment
  • Rick Moonen: Well-known chef and sustainability activist who is serving only fish that are caught or farmed in ways that don’t harm the environment
  • Scott Nichols: Trained biochemist and director of Verlasso, where they are using genetically engineered feed, rather than fish, to feed their stock in Patagonia, Chile
  • Malcolm Beveridge: Former director of Aquaculture and Genetic Improvement at WorldFish in Zambia who is advocating the adoption and expansion of aquaculture facilities in Africa
  • Josh Goldman: The founder and CEO of Australis, the world’s largest and only vertically integrated barramundi producer, who is focused on sustainable fish farming on land and at sea