Can the growth of aquaculture help restore the health of our ocean? 

The restorative aquaculture approach is already starting to take hold on a global scale. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Robert Jones

Global Lead for Aquaculture, The Nature Conservancy

Georg Baunach

Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Hatch Blue


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Coastal ecosystems are threatened by coastal pollution, loss of habitat and overfishing. Aquaculture can accelerate ecosystem recovery in addition to providing sustainable seafood and green jobs in coastal communities. Image: The Nature Conservancy

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