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This report provides a global overview and synthesis of studies on perceptions of aquaculture in both developed and developing countries. Its aim is to better understand the main concerns of the public and diverse stakeholder groups.  The second part provides recommendations for policy-makers, the industry and other stakeholders on improving public understanding of aquaculture and on the roles various actors can play in this process.
Women participate in all segments of the seafood industry, including fishing, farming, trading and selling, monitoring and administration. But the widespread lack of consideration for their role and work in the seafood industry is, in many respects, disadvantageous to them and ultimately bars them from participating fully and equitably in the industry. The primary aim of this report is to increase awareness of business leaders and policy makers, to expand their knowledge and sensitization about...
The main objective of this report is to undertake an analysis of the production of and markets for sole and to examine potential economic advantages of the new farming technology that has been developed and applied to sole farming.  
The objective of this report is to provide an overview of the Japanese fishery sector. The first chapter gives a brief overview of basic properties of the nation: geographic situation, population and economic situation. The second chapter describes developments in the domestic production sector over the last 30 years, as well as the status of the fishing fleet and workforce. Despite a significant fall in domestic production since the 1980s, Japan is still among the...
The European market for mussels is estimated to be slightly below 600 000 tonnes in equivalent live animal weight, of which 500 000 tonnes is of domestic origin and about 100 000 tonnes of international origin (net balance import-export). The producing countries are not necessarily those that consume mussels and considerable internal trade is recorded. In 2012, around 160 000 tonnes were traded between European Union countries, of which 140 000 tonnes were live fresh...
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