European project to study climate change, aquaculture

ClimeFish project aims to draw focus on utilizing opportunities while mitigating further risks in changing climate.

Aquaculture experts from 16 European countries will take part in an investigation into the impact climate change has on European fisheries and aquaculture as part of the European Union Horizon 2020 project "ClimeFish."

Coordinated by the University of Tromso in Norway, the four-year, multi-partner project started April 1.

According to the University of Stirling in the U.K., the project is important for the maintenance of aquatic food security and blue growth as climate chang

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