This innovative fish farm could revolutionise seafood production
World Economic Forum
October 4, 2019
Coastal fish farms can have a negative impact on the environment. Deepwater fish farms, such as the ones built by Earth Ocean Farms and Kampachi Farms, could produce 100 times the current volume of fish from aquaculture, whilst helping the oceans to recover.
Earth Ocean Farms – Large Totoaba (about 3.5 kg) in the Aquapod A1660
Open Blue Founder Brian O’Hanlon talks with Sanjay Gupta on CNN’s The Next List
Earth Ocean Farms founder Pablo Konietzko swims with Totoava in Mexico
Open Blue Sea Farms
Eighty percent of the world’s fisheries are nearing collapse. Cuna del Mar intends to help reverse this downtrend by shifting the demand for seafood from wild fisheries and conventional fisheries farming/production methods to new industries in open ocean aquaculture.
Cuna del Mar will explore, support and develop open ocean aquaculture methods that are economically viable as well as environmentally and socially responsible. Cuna del Mar will invest in businesses that have the potential to create disruption in the industry by being positive change agents to produce a diverse supply of healthy, wholesome seafood.
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