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We have selected our first crowdsourced project from your submitted ideas: Reducing collisions between ships and whales. We continue to accept submissions for future projects.


SUBMIT OCEAN PROBLEM

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Where does the seafood on that dinner plate come from?

Posted by Malin Pinsky | Oslo, Norway | Fishing (or destructive fishing?)

Seafood is a global business with, in most cases, a large number of intermediate organizations between the fisher and the consumer. It becomes very difficult to track where a particular fish came... Learn More

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How could we make seafood at lower trophic levels more appealing to consumers?

Posted by Richard Joyce | Maine, United States | Fishing (or destructive fishing?)

Tuna, swordfish, shark, salmon... Humans like to eat seafood from near the top of the food-chain. Smaller, more plentiful fish are used as bait, turned into fertilizer, and even fed to livestock.... Learn More

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Aquaculture still relies on wild fisheries

Posted by Francis Joyce | California, United States | Fishing (or destructive fishing?)

Marine aquaculture is an increasingly important source of animal protein, but still largely depends on feeding fish meal to fish. How can we farm more healthy fish without increasing the burden on... Learn More

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Can we improve the traceability of aquarium fish coming from Costa Rica?

Posted by Noelia Solano | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Fishing (or destructive fishing?)

The sale of fish to aquarium enthusiasts is an important economic activity for rural coastal communities here in Costa Rica and elsewhere in the world. I’m bothered by the fact that there is almost... Learn More




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