A Coalition of shellfish growers in the U.S. and Canada are driving climate action to sustain aquatic ecosystems.
U.N. countries are meeting again in the hopes of reaching a consensus on the High Seas Treaty to protect 30 percent of the ocean.
The role of aquatic foods and water management is crucial to developing more resilient communities and mitigating the climate crisis.
The Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC) seeks to empower Asian seafood producers, processors, and distributors by establishing place-based social and environmental standards.
The Blue Food Assessment (BFA) Campaign, Blue Foods: Better Choices, raises awareness about how supporting marine ecosystems contributes to sustainable diets.
The first commercial scale offshore wind farm promises to produce enough energy to power thousands of Massachusetts homes and businesses. What does this mean for fishing communities?
In partnership with the James Beard Foundation, Postelsia wants to help chefs and restaurants support healthy oceans and a sustainable seafood industry.
A recent report in Nature details the growth and promise of the global aquaculture industry.