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A food systems perspective on seafood

SUPERSEAS - A food systems perspective on seafood
December 27, 2018 By: GCP-2 IP SUPERSEAS in SE Asia Image: Project research team (by: Mariska Bottema)

On 23 November Peter Oosterveer from the Global Challenges Programme project SUPERSEAS presented a food systems perspective on seafood at WorldFish in Penang.

In recent years a food systems perspective has been promoted to develop a more comprehensive perspective on supplying sufficient, sustainable and healthy food to consumers. This shift away from an orientation in research and policy on increasing food production towards a focus on consumers and dietary outcomes seems promising in many respects. At the same time this perspective needs further reflection with respect to focus and integration. Seafood presents a particularly interesting case and in this presentation, Peter Oosterveer touches upon some of the challenges and opportunities of a fish food systems approach.

Watch Peter’s presentation through this link.

SUPERSEAS - PPT WorldFish Malaysia, November 2018



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