Aquaculture, Protein Production And Efficiency

Feeding people requires a lot of energy: Food production, distribution and consumption now accounts for 20-25% of energy consumption in developed countries. With the largest energy investments being made in the production of protein-rich produce, such as meat and fish, can farmed freshwater fish offer a less energy intensive form of animal production?

SEAT project co-ordinator Prof. Dave Little comments on the characteristics and potential for selected aquaculture products to help address food and fuel security globally.

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Aquaculture, Protein Production And Efficiency

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