On June 20, 2018, at the SeaWeb Sustainability Summit in Barcelona, Spain, The Nature Conservancy and GSI hosted a frank and open session to discuss how the industry can reconcile concerns about the environmental costs of aquaculture with enthusiasm for its role in feeding the world. Click here to learn more about what was discussed and listen to a recording of the event.
Collaboration is a guiding principle of the GSI’s work, and over the years we have learnt a lot about how collaboration with our industry, supply chain, and stakeholders can play an important role in accelerating change for individual companies and industries. Click here to listen to our recent GreenBiz webinar with GSI Convenor Avrim Lazar, Cargill’s President of Aquaculture, Einar Wathne, and Jason Clay, Senior VP Markets and Food, WWF.
Current models of food production will not be sufficient in feeding the growing global population by 2020. As we look for ways to produce more with less, the Blue Revolution offers great potential in providing highly nutritious food with a lower environmental cost. However, significantly more needs to be done to ensure this potential can be met in a sustainable manner, for which we need to think innovatively.
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