Human population is growing, and so is the need for food supply. Although the oceans serve as the world’s largest source of protein, only 3% of our food comes from the ocean. At the same time, we know that wild fish stocks are declining and ocean degradation is occurring. New food production strategies based on scientific knowledge are needed to ensure a responsible and sustainable fisheries management, aquaculture development, food security and biodiversity.
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