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Although this is a book on a Canadian controversy, aquafarming is a global issue, since the characteristic features of the Canadian aquaculture industry are a product of the multiple political and cultural influences of the global economy.
In Kurru Pattapupalem village, also in Nellore district, drinking water sources for 600 fishermen's families "have been irreparably salted thanks to an aquafarming project which has come up in the neighborhood," the paper charged.
Indaqua offers an ocean of offers and a rare insight into the intriguing world of aquaculture * A major exhibition of aquafarming * A meeting place of technologists,
Dubai: The UAE aims to boost the current local aquafarming industry output of about one per cent to 25 per cent by 2021 to contribute to the country's food security and eventually replenish the marine resources to address the problem of declining local fish stocks.
This was revealed on Wednesday during the launch of the first Aqua Middle East Conference and Exhibition that will be held from March 16 to 18 in Dubai and hosted by the Ministry of Environment and Water, in partnership with the world's two biggest aquafarming companies in Norway and Chile.
Aquafarming or aquaculture is the process of breeding, rearing, and harvesting of plants and certain types of marine animals such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and the like.
Fu'ad bin Ja'afar al-Sajwani, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister today announced investment in aquafarming by opening the door to receive applications from individuals and specialized companies interested in utilizing the promising investment opportunities in this sector.