Experts: 60% of the fish we eat will be farm-raised by 2030

06/24/2010 | Reuters

In the future, most of our fish will be raised in farms instead of being caught in their natural habitats, experts say. With the world population predicted to rise to 9 billion and some suggesting that food production will have to be doubled over the next 20 years, "a lot of this production cannot come from terrestrial sources. We'll have to farm the sea much more than we've done up until now," said Torgeir Edvardsen, of the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform.

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