Aquaculture system

What if we had the chance to reinvent the world’s food system and make local, more sustainable, nourishing and diverse food the new norm rather than the exception? It might seem far-fetched, but with 9 billion people expected on our planet by 2050, and one out of three children in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa stunted from poor nutrition, it’s a necessity. Today, one in ten fellow citizens suffer from hunger and global food waste is at an all-time high. Experts agree that world food production will need a boost by 2050 (and we’ll need to waste less) to feed our growing planet.  Some estimates suggest we only have 60 years of food production left in our soils if we continue with current unsustainable agricultural practices, including misplaced subsidies. Moreover, arable land and freshwater are in limited supply.  Against this backdrop, aquaculture — the practice of growing food in the water, is one food production sector growing rapidly... —