Food Security

Why the future of food must be blue as well as green

To feed 10 billion people sustainably, we need to put blue foods back on the table Image: REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

Beatrice Crona
Associate professor, deputy science director, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Jim Leape
Core Team, Blue Food Assessment; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Co-Director, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
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