Today, tuna is a fish beloved by people around the world, but tuna’s popularity is raising concerns about the overfishing of natural marine resources. With this special feature, we offer a first-hand look at the world of tuna farming, a practice that is making the future of food more sustainable.
University Students Get Creative to Spread the Word about Tuna Aquaculture
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A Discussion with Ellie Omiya: What Lessons Can We Learn from the Storybook “Swimmy”?
“Swimmy” is a classic children’s book written by Leo Lionni that has ...
Running Out of Tuna? How Tuna Farming is Changing the Future Landscape of Marine Resources
Overfishing around the world has led to strict bluefin tuna resource ...