Bush SR, Pauwelussen A, Badia P, Kruk S, Little D, Luong LT, Newton R, Nhan DT, Rahman MM, Sorgeloos P & Sung YY (2021) Implementing aquaculture technology and innovation platforms in Asia. Aquaculture, 530, Art. No.: 735822. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2020.735822
First paragraph: Aquaculture has emerged as one of the fastest growing agri-food systems, playing an increasingly important role in global nutrition security and contributing economic welfare to rural and coastal regions (Beveridge et al., 2013; Béné et al., 2016). At the same time the sector in globally important regions of the world like Southeast Asia remains vulnerable to a range of production risks, related to farming conditions, disease, processing and trade issues related to environmental and social sustainability (Little et al., 2016, 2018; Ahmed and Thompson, 2019; Bush et al., 2019). For the aquaculture sector to maintain its important role as a globally important sector, continual innovation of farming systems and sector level systems of response to key issues like disease are therefore required (Lebel et al., 2010; Asche and Smith, 2018; Joffre et al., 2018).
Aquaculture: Volume 530
|Funders||European Union's Horizon 2020|
|Publication date online||15/09/2020|
|Date accepted by journal||08/08/2020|