FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries: Aquaculture Development
Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production systems in the world, with the bulk of its output currently being produced within developing countries, and with expectations for aquaculture to continue its contributions to food security and poverty alleviation. The vast majority of aquaculture practices around the world have been pursued with significant nutritional and social benefits, and generally with little or noenvirontmental costs. However, it is essential for current efforts aiming at the future success of aquaculture in both developing and developed countries, that potential social and environtmental problems are duly addressed in order to ensure that aquaculture develops sustainably.
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