The future of the ocean
The collapse of the Fishing Industry
Fishing industry is now facing a major crisis. Fish stocks are depleting
all over the world. The list of fish in the process of disappearing is
getting longer and longer each year. According to the FAO, about 70% of
the world's major fish species and eleven of the 15 major fishing areas
are in process of disappearing.
to The American Journal "Science" of November 3rd 2006, if nothing
will be done, almost all species of edible fish and sea food will disappear
by 2050. But according to the book of Philippe CURY and Yves MISEREY:
"Une Mer sans Poissons" (A sea without fish) (Calmann-Levy), mentioned
in the French newspaper Le Figaro of June 18 2008, this scenario will
occur by 2020. This decline in the world fish supply is the result of
over fishing, indiscriminate fishing methods and degradation of coastal
and inland ecosystems.
Aquaculture: The uprising
Aquaculture and Mariculture by way of new technological discoveries will
provide an alternative solution to the fishery crisis allowing repopulating
the oceans in the face of the dramatic decrease of the aquatic life, without
damaging the environment.
Nowadays, aquaculture, the farming of the fish, shell fish and aquatic
plants represents the fastest growing sector in world food production.
One among two fishes eaten by human beings comes from aquaculture.
Fish Farm Tech Solution: Aquaculture in open
Fish Farm Tech technology was conceived by the best international professional
team to provide an aquaculture technology with the ability to submerge
the farming cage as a method of protecting fish in difficult sea conditions.
Fish Farm Tech technology allows raising fish in open sea, reducing pollution,
improving the quality of the fish and protecting the structure and the
fish stock. Where nature and innovation meet, fish farming becomes ecologically
friendly, efficient and profitable.