Aquaculture Development

Author by : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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Description : 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 no environmental 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 environmental problems are duly addressed in order to ensure that aquaculture develops sustainably. This document provides annotations to the Principles of Article 9 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. These annotations are meant to serve as general guidance, and should be taken as suggestions or observations intended to assist those interested in identifying their own criteria and options for actions, as well as partners for collaboration, in support of sustainable aquaculture development. Given the diversity in aquaculture and the sometimes different perceptions of ""sustainability"", more balanced and informed approaches are required to address developmental and environmental issues at any given location. Commitment for collaboration, constructive dialogues among responsible partners, and participation of aquafarmers and their communities are important when assigning responsibilities for sustainable development of aquaculture. Providing an enabling environment for sustainable development in aquaculture is the responsibility of people in governments and their institutions, social and natural scientists, media, financial institutions, special interest groups, including social and private sector associations, as well as of aquaculture producers, manufacturers and suppliers of inputs, processors and traders of aquaculture products. Commitment to understanding, fairness and responsible attitudes in consultations and negotiations between countries or regions will also help sustainable aquaculture development.


Extension Service Review

Author by : United States. Federal Extension Service
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Asfa Aquaculture Abstracts

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An Evaluation Of Small Scale Freshwater Rural Aquaculture Development For Poverty Reduction

Author by : Asian Development Bank. Operations Evaluation Department
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Publisher by : Asian Development Bank
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Description : This report looks at small-scale aquaculture from the viewpoint of poverty reduction. What are the main factors that enable fish farming to generate livelihoods and reduce poverty? Based on case studies, the first part of the report highlights the importance of access to capital assets--human, social, natural, physical, and financial--and to a range of transforming processes, such as markets, institutions, facilities, infrastructure, and services.


Bibliography Of Agriculture

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Fao Aquaculture Newsletter

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Aquaculture In Asia

Author by : M. Mohan Joseph
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Aquaculture In Latin America Bibliography

Author by : Ulrich Saint-Paul
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Description : This bibliography was compiled in order to stimulate and encourage the ongoing activities on aquaculture research in Latin America; to provide readers with an overview of available literature on aquaculture in this sub continent; and to facilitate the access of scientists to the literature.


Naga

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Aquaculture Europe

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Namibia Review

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Report Of The Global Conference On Aquaculture 2010

Author by : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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Description : Attended by 446 registered participants from 80 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Near East, North America and Oceania, representing all stakeholder groups in aquaculture, it was organized in four sessions (introduction and opening, regional reviews and a global synthesis on aquaculture development, thematic sessions in six plenary lectures and 20 expert reviews, recommendations and conclusions based on these thematic reviews) and included three invited guest lectures, four side events and poster sessions (abstracts of 144 papers). A main outcome of the Phuket Conference on Aquaculture is the "Phuket Consensus". This "Consensus" reaffirms commitment to the principles laid out in the Bangkok Declaration and Strategy adopted in the Global Conference on Aquaculture in 2000 and recommends additional actions to address contemporary priorities.