Food Security

How better use of 'blue foods' help us meet climate change and food security goals

'This year’s UN Summit of Food Systems is embracing “blue foods”, fish, shellfish and other food raised in water, to complement that of “green foods.' Image: UNSPLASH/Mike Bergmann

Dave Little

Richard Newton

Research fellow, University of Stirling

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