Sustainable Aquaculture: Farming Abalone and Kelp in California!

08/06/2016By Davar ArdalanBlog

On this ‪#‎WorldOceansDay‬, we’re reporting from Monterey Bay, California where we’re focusing on aquaculture. That’s because almost 50% of the fish we consume is farmed and more and more people around the world are working to make sure it’s sustainable. Aquaculture has great potential to contribute to food security, nutrition, livelihoods and economic growth. But if the … Read More

A Harbormaster’s Ode to World Oceans Day and Sustainability

08/06/2016By Davar ArdalanBlog

On this World Oceans Day, we turn to Steve Scheiblauer for his reflections. For the past 35 years, as Monterey Bay, California’s Harbormaster, he has managed access to the ocean for fishing, sailing, research, public safety tours/education and law enforcement.  Scheiblauer is the Chair of the Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust and was the founder of the Alliance of … Read More

Your Creative Ideas Can Help Advance Ocean Health

08/06/2016By Stephanie KimberBlog

It’s World Oceans Day, and we’re taking a look at some of the ways that you– yes, you!– can join the global effort toward productive and sustainable oceans. It all starts with fish. The way we source our fish is changing– today, more of the world’s fish are farmed than wild-caught. As the industry expands, … Read More

“Kiss Me” and Other Ocean Health Innovations

04/04/2016By Davar ArdalanBlog

Did you know you can win funding to develop solutions for sustainable aquaculture by applying to the Blue Economy Challenge? This is a call for innovative solutions that will help break down the barriers to truly sustainable aquaculture. The three challenges areas include: rethinking feed for aquaculture, designing new ocean products, and creating sustainable systems. … Read More