With seafood playing an important role in the diet of many, reducing food loss in the aquatic food industry is essential for improving global food security. The good news? Aquatic food loss and waste (FLW) in the United States may be as low ... READ MORE
The last several years have been unpredictable for the cruise industry as its services became interrupted by the pandemic, and they were often the subject of negative media coverage due to COVID-19 breakouts, no sail orders, ... READ MORE
A second edition of the book Oceans and Human Health: Opportunities and Impacts has been released, addressing benefits, opportunities, risks, and impacts resulting from the relationship between oceans and humans, informed by ... READ MORE
The rate of global sea-level rise has more than doubled in the past century, leaving low-level coastal areas like Miami-Dade County increasingly vulnerable to flooding.
A survey conducted in 2017 showed that most participants ... READ MORE
Consumers prefer seafood entrees more transparent information at casual and fine dining restaurants.
Country of origin was unimportant, showing customer choices at restaurants differ from those made at grocery stores.
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First proposed by Canada at the Earth Summit in 1992, World Ocean Day began being coordinated by the Ocean Project in 2002 as an annual international effort on June 8 to bring awareness to issues regarding the protection and restoration of ocean ... READ MORE
The Explorer's Club recently honored Natalie Miaoulis-Maillis for her work in fishery economics and sustainability, naming her one of the "Explorers Club 50: Fifty People Changing the World that the World Needs to Know About."
Miaoulis-Maillis ... READ MORE