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5 keys to making sustainable aquaculture mainstream

Farmed fish is a viable solution to huge market demand for seafood, and recent innovations point the way to doing it better

Fish farming may have a poor reputation, but good practices are on the rise and will lead to sustainable growth in the sector. Photo by Ludovic Charlet.

Underwater robots roving about as ranch hands of the sea, their electronic eyes recording the health, size, and numbers of fish swimming in offshore corrals. Automatic…




Fish 2.0 Currents tells stories of sustainable seafood entrepreneurs and innovations, from the Fish 2.0 network and beyond.

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Monica Jain

Monica Jain

Monica Jain leads Fish 2.0 and Manta Consulting Inc. She is passionate about oceans, impact investing, fisheries and building networks around these themes.

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