Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission

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The Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission (APFIC) was established in 1948 and has undergone various reforms since then to adapt to the changing international governance of fisheries as well as reforms in the function and resourcing of FAO’s regional fishery bodies. This gradually induced a major crisis in the commission’s ability to develop and execute a work programme for servicing its members....
The study, "Resilience and seizing opportunities – Small-scale fisheries and aquaculture businesses that thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic in South and Southeast Asia", attempts to evaluate and compare the pre- and post-pandemic situation and scenario of the concerned groups of the fisheries and aquaculture industry in eight countries. It reveals how these groups survived by adopting innovations in various country...
The document is a brief of showcase of a specific aquaculture innovation. It contains main information on the technique and approach used, scope and scale of application, accessibility and the outcome and benefits of the innovation. Currently cell-based producers are focusing on high-value species. The start-ups currently involved in cell-cultured seafood are based in the world’s technology hubs – from Silicon...
The document is a brief of showcase of a specific aquaculture innovation. It contains main information on the technique and approach used, scope and scale of application, accessibility and the outcome and benefits of the innovation. Aquaculture has traditionally been carried out in freshwater and coastal areas. This causes pressures including competition for space from other activities, issues with disease and...
This review describes the use of feedstock yeasts and bacteria for acquaculture feed, with an emphasis on those sourced from carbon dioxide, ethanol and brewery by-products for their comparatively low costs and sustainability credentials. The scope of application of single-cell protein based feeds and their outcome,...
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