|Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the SEAT newsletter. In this issue, we explore the importance of Asian Aquaculture to European food security, the energy efficiency of farmed fish as a source of protein production, explain the EAFI and why SEAT has been working with the Surat Shrimp Club in Thailand.|
|Action Research!SEAT Researcher and PHD student, Doug Waley, talks about his work involving action research .
In this short interview, Doug explains what action research is and how it is being used within the SEAT project.
Several other researchers working on the SEAT project ware also featured in short interviews. You can hear about the work and progress on topics as diverse as chemical contamination, public health, socio-economics and life cycle assessments, and meet the project people here.
SEAT is an EU funded global research project addressing we can enhance the sustainability of Asian seafood farming, the ethical nature of the trade, and the standards and certification of the major industry.
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