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Eating jellyfish is more sustainable than fish say scientists
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Could inland fish farms ease the UAE’s depleted fish stocks?
UAE-farmed salmon, sea bream and amberjack are finding their way onto the plates of diners at Nobu and Zuma.
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Since January, many farmers in East Africa have seen their land besieged by swarms of hundreds of billions of locusts.
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Can UAE oyster farmers rival their global competitors?
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Wild vs farmed fish: what should you choose?
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews' Denis Loctier explores how farmed fish could offer a more sustainable future.
360 video: "The fish are happier in these open waters"
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria.
Testing the water: how to make fish farming more sustainable
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EU Parliament to vote on future of ‘electric pulse fishing'
The European Commission has approved as "environmentally friendly" the controversial fishing technique, banned in much of the world, which is both praised and condemned by experts.
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Thousands of dead sardines found floating in Chile's Queule river
Chile’s government has temporarily banned the consumption of sardines in the south of the country after hundreds of thousands of dead fish turned up
Manage your mussels
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