Sustainable blue economy

Fish waste to future wealth: How Namibia’s fisheries are collaborating on sustainable innovation

Increased seafood processing would create more employment opportunities in fisheries.

Increased seafood processing would create more employment opportunities in fisheries. Image:

Victoria Erasmus
Operations Manager, Fisheries Observer Agency (Ministry Fisheries & Marine Resources), Walvis Bay
Abigail Frankfort
Project Lead, Seafood Loss and Waste, World Resources Institute (WRI)
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