Increased sea surface temperatures, and changes in coastal processes, such as nutrient upwelling and seabed sedimentation, could have significant effects on our fisheries and aquaculture systems.

A slowdown in the circulation of the Southern Ocean, which provides nutrients to support oceanic and Antarctic ecosystems, would have profound impacts on the productivity of fisheries. However, current information on the effects of climate change and variability on major fish stocks is still insufficient to determine the likely impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture.

We focus on providing easy access to new technologies which provide a range of solutions for sustainable aquaculture. These Include: 

  • Advanced, closed-loop land-based RAS systems;
  • Plant-based protein for replacement of fishmeal;
  • Nutrition formulations that replace nutrients found in fishmeal;
  • Technologies for conversion of fish waste to biomass and fertilizer;
  • Bio-filtration for closed-loop systems;
  • Deep-water farming. 

These new sustainable fish farming technologies aim to promote consistent harvest, scalable operations, lower transportation costs for locally produced seafood, containment free products, and eco- friendly buying practices.

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