Ocean Health

Eliminating Single Use Plastics, One Product at a Time

Over 50 companies joined the Zero Waste Campaign and committed to transition at least one packaging material to a more sustainable option by the end of 2022.

U.S. Fishing Communities Fear Effects of Offshore Wind

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?

UK Announces Pilot of Highly Protected Marine Areas

The UK will identify five sites to pilot Highly Protected Marine Areas in 2022 in order to increase protection of marine life and habitats.

Spanish Chef Introduces a Seagrass Grain to Help Solve Climate Crisis

Spanish Chef, Ángel León investigates the culinary prospects of a seagrass grain, which he believes can help fight climate change.

New Report Shows Sustainability in Global Aquaculture

A recent report in Nature details the growth and promise of the global aquaculture industry.

Digitally Empowering Workers, from Land to Sea

Before Envisible, the company’s co-founders developed an app that helped Indonesian fishers reduce their time at sea.

Can Transparent Supply Chains Empower Consumers?

Envisible uses sensor technology to record and verify the freshness of its seafood products.

Transparency, Technology, and the Sea: The Story of Envisible

Seafood supply chains are notoriously opaque, but technology company Envisible aims to make the industry more transparent.

New Wave Co-Founder Talks about the Future of Plant-Based Seafood

New Wave Foods Co-Founder Michelle Wolf believes the shift to plant-based protein isn’t just a fad; it’s a whole movement.

Big Fish Series: Is Aquaculture Breaking Into the Global Food System?

During an event hosted by Stanford University’s Center on Food Security and the Environment and the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture, panelists reflect on past, and the state of aquaculture today.