Does urban aquaculture hold the key to sustainable fish production?

07/5/2011 | National Public Radio

Martin Schreibman, a New York scientist, has created a state-of-the-art water system that allows tilapia and other fish species to grow in relatively small, controlled environments, and without the need for antibiotics and other chemicals. Dubbed urban aquaculture, this method of farming could aid in the sustainable production of fish grown for food, Schreibman said.

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