This paper examines the much-debated question as to whether it is justified to take away food from marine predators to subsidize agriculture via the fishmeal industry. It examines potentially more sustainable alternatives to fishmeal in the light of the increasing aquaculture industry and the associated increasing demand in recent decades for fishmeal and oil to sustain cultured fish.
Frontiers in Marine Science has been the journal of choice for publications from the IMBER Open Science Conference in Brest in June 2019. We've just got two articles out!
Astrid has been part of a powerful team looking at the relative merits of the various system-based approaches to management of human activities in the oceans (such as EAF) and suggesting to create “quilts of sustainable ocean governance".
Louise has published the overarching approach behind her PhD research in a suite of papers from the IMBER OSC highlighting the work of early career researchers.
Congratulations to Greg for getting another chapter of his PhD published in the Journal of Environmental Education. In this study, which is part of our SCIFR project, Greg developed and conducted integrated modules on change in marine social-ecological systems for middle school (Gr 7-9) learners in two underprivileged schools.