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Food For the Future: Understanding the Challenges and Options for Sustainable Food Production in England using Recirculating Aquaculture Systems

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Fully enclosed RAS

...cost per kilo of production through design and operational efficiencies, use of renewable energy sources, reuse of waste, and locating production closer to markets to improve fuel efficiency. Findings from...

Expanding the concept of 'blue carbon’: Cefas science on coastal ecosystems and their role in tackling climate change

turtle swimming above seagrass

...species, filtering contaminants and nutrients to improve water quality, and creating a buffer to help protect against sea level rise, flooding, and coastal erosion. Unfortunately, like many blue carbon habitats...

What do a Communications Officer, a Shellfish Scientist and a Fish Health Inspector have in common?

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...Health Inspectorate aims to protect the health of fish and shellfish in the UK ensuring our ability to trade internationally. We do this through a programme of inspections, disease investigations,...