Fish farming grows rapidly, questions on labor, environmental impact

By Stella Dawson | Tue, 18 Feb 2014 18:20 PM
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WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Nearly two thirds of seafood eaten in 2030 will be raised on fish farms, an industry that is expanding rapidly to meet growing demand especially from Asia, even as human rights groups raise concerns over its environmental impact and labor violations.  

A new report from the World Bank forecasts that aquaculture will grow 75 percent to produce 93 ...

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