Title
   English Report of the FAO Expert Workshop on the Use of Wild Fish and/or Other Aquatic Species as Feed in Aquaculture and its Implications to Food Security and Poverty Alleviation. Kochi, India, 16-18 November 2007.
 Abstract
   EnglishThe FAO Expert Workshop on the Use of Wild Fish and/or Other Aquatic Species as Feed in Aquaculture and its Implications to Food Security and Poverty Alleviation was convened in Kochi, India, from 16 to 18 November 2007. The workshop consisted of technical presentations and working group discussions. The technical presentations included regional reviews, case studies, a global synthesis and a number of invited presentations. The workshop served to address the following thematic areas and other issues of significance emerging from the regional reviews and case studies: a) fisheries management; b) policy development; c) food security; d) poverty alleviation; e) social and ethical issues; and f) aquaculture technology and development. Following several working group deliberations, the workshop agreed on a series of principles and guidelines on the use of wild fish as feed in aquaculture and concluded that such use should be governed by the above guiding principles.
Author(s)FAO.
Type of publicationBook
Publication year2008
Pages29
Job numberI0263/E
ISBN9789251060346
Bibliographical referenceFAO. Report of the FAO Expert Workshop on the Use of Wild Fish and/or Other Aquatic Species as Feed in Aquaculture and its Implications to Food Security and Poverty Alleviation. Kochi, India, 16¿18 November 2007. FAO Fisheries Report. No. 867. Rome, FAO. 2008. 29p.
Data ownerFI /FIRA
Series titleFAO Fisheries Report  - R867
Agrovoc Aquaculture, Fish feeding, Fish meal, Fishery resources, Marine resources
Categories Aquaculture production
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