REPORT : Low Footprint Seafood in the Coral Triangle
WWF Coral Triangle Coordination just launched a new report on Low Footprint Seafood in the Coral Triangle.
This report coverings seafood footprint —an often neglected issue that could undermine future development of fisheries and aquaculture. Seafood footprint is a measure of the efficiency of use of aquatic resources by seafood production. Managing seafood footprint is important because the resource use of existing fisheries and aquaculture appear to be at the limit of ocean productivity. Sustainability criteria that include seafood footprint can be used to evaluate seafood production and identify the most resource-efficient products.
The full report can be downloaded here.