Sustainable fisheries & aquaculture
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Background information on sustainable fisheries & aquaculture
Across the world, fish from wild stocks and aquaculture are a large part of the human diet. The demand for fish has led to the overexploitation of wild populations, with a huge impact on marine habitats and species. Fisheries can, however, be conducted in a sustainable way, helping with the recovery of fish populations. Sustainable seafood means seafood (fish, shellfish and seaweeds) caught or farmed in a sustainable way, with reduced impact on wild populations and habitats.
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