The Many Dimensions of Small-Scale Fisheries

Fisheries can be viewed through several lenses, and as biologists we often focus on the fish. In contrast, other researchers specialize in the social dimensions of fisheries, Read More…

Daily Aquatic Food

In Laos, aquatic insects and other invertebrates play an important role as food for rural people because they are free to harvest from nature. An increase in Read More…

Food for thought

As fall unfolds and Californians soldier on through the drought, many farmers throughout the Central Valley are taking a tally of their annual harvest. Many of the Read More…

Water + Fish = Life

Water + Fish = Life. That’s one way to sum up the message of World Fisheries Day, which will be celebrated this week on November 21. The Read More…

No soup for you!

Today, October 16, is World Food Day, which is dedicated to promoting food security and ending hunger around the world. This issue is particularly pertinent to our Read More…

Fish to feed the world

Tomorrow (July 11) is World Population Day – a day that the United Nations Population Fund hopes will raise awareness of issues related to reproductive and maternal Read More…

Warming oceans alter fish catches

As global temperatures creep higher on land and at sea, animals generally face two options to cope with changing conditions: adapt or move. Land-based species may climb Read More…

Ant snacks

During Southeast Asia’s dry season in January when the mango is ready to fruit, many people in the Mekong region rotate their dinner menu from wild fish Read More…