Though there’s enough food for the world’s population, more than 700 million people suffer from hunger. Inequality in food access persists, and the future may bring even more hunger due to dwindling farmland, overfishing, and climate change. The solution isn’t merely expanding farmland, which harms the environment, but boosting aquaculture efficiency.
What about animal protein production?
How can we make it both efficient and sustainable?Aquaculture was seen as a solution to overfishing, but it proved environmentally harmful and inefficient over time. Technology is our best ally in the fight against hunger.
Future of Sustainable aquaculture
With a growing population and depleting resources, the ‘Green Revolution’ offers a path to global food security by promoting sustainable farming practices.
Container farming is a promising solution, allowing controlled cultivation with minimal environmental impact.
Technology and Sustainability
Aquaculture must embrace technology and sustainable practices to meet food demands.
The global food landscape is at a crucial turning point. The Green Revolution and sustainable farming are essential for global food security. Technology is pivotal. Together, we can secure a future where hunger is history and make The Green Revolution also Blue Revolution.