5 search results for “aquaculture” in the Public website
Evaluating Asian aquaculture using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Are there significant differences among the environmental impacts resulting form the production of Asian aquaculture commodities and what are the main causes for these?
Evaluating European imports of Asian aquaculture products using statistically supported life cycle assessments
Promotor: Prof.dr. G.R. de Snoo
IDREEM - Increasing industrial resource efficiency in European mariculture
What are the environmental trade-offs for SMEs considering moving from monoculture aquaculture practice towards IMTA? What are the environmental trade-offs comparing IMTA species with their conventional monoculture alternatives?
A sustainable approach for the world's fish supply
China’s booming aquaculture industry is increasingly dependent on fishmeal made from wild-caught fish, a practice that depletes wild fish stocks. A new study conducted by institutions including Leiden University and Stanford offers a more sustainable path. The study appeared in the journal Science on
EU-FP7 project IDREEM featured on Euronews TV
IDREEM (Increasing Industrial Resource Efficiency in European Mariculture) is a European research project launched in 2012 to protect the long-term sustainability of European aquaculture. This project has recently been featured on Euronews TV