Sustainable Ocean Ecology by Farmsio — The Key to future of food security. The growing human population, increase in per capita income and the global shift in the interest for nutritious food is considering raising the demand for Aquatic food resources.
As you know marine species feed 17–18% of the world’s population. This we can classify into Fresh Water Aquaculture, that is inland freshwater fisheries and Seafood, that is the foods from the sea and marine resources.
Facts that we should know…
1. 40% of the earth is covered by the common oceans.
2. The common Oceans are not governed by any single nation, it is common for all.
3. The common Oceans are called “Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ).
4. All Nations are jointly responsible to manage ABNJ health.
5. ABNJ is funded by GEF — Global Environment Facility and FAO — Food and Agriculture Organisation by United Nations (UN).
The Role of the ABNJ program to maintain Sustainable Ocean Ecology:
ABNJ program is aimed at;
Reducing Overfishing of Selective Marine Species:
Protecting Non-Edible marine Species life:
Safeguarding Deep Sea Vulnerable Marine life :
Preventing Illegal, unreported and Unregulated Fishing
Modern tools like “Electronic Monitoring System (EMS)”, which monitors fishing activity and records fishing operations using high-definition cameras, satellite geolocation and vessel monitoring systems help to provide estimates of marine life that may have been captured by accident. The vision of Farmsio includes such a technology application and environmental protection. Applications that are on the anvil include monitoring tools for preventing illegal and unregulated fishing.
Seafood meets 17–18% of human food requirement. Unless the fauna and flora of the oceans are protected, biodiversity will be disturbed. FAO has undertaken a program to protect oceanic sustainability. Technology plays a major role in maintaining ocean ecology. The vision of Farmsio includes developing appropriate Aquaculture Management Software systems using satellite-based data, Seafood supply chain for Traceability, protection, sustenance and to feed the human population.
Contact Farmsio — For Climate-Smart Food Traceability Solutions that can be adopted across various Agriculture Sectors across all geographics and in the food value chain to promote sustainable sourcing, transparency and greater accountability.
Farmsio Food Traceability Solutionaddresses the various challenges faced by the aquaculture industry in terms of promoting transparency, addressing the IUU issues. IUU is a major challenge in the seafood industry. Combining with the Farmsio M&E tools industry can address the IUU issues.
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