Consumer demand for sustainable wildcaught and cultured live reef food fish in Hong Kong
Live reef food fish (LRFF) is a popular dish in Hong Kong and the southern parts of China. The production of LRFF provides a valuable source of income for many coastal communities in AsiaPacific countries. However, overexploitation and destructive fishing practices lead to questions about the sustainability of the LRFF trade. There are two ways of solving the problem. The first is managing the LRFF fishery in a sustainable way. Another is supplying LRFF from hatcherybased aquaculture....[Show more]
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