UK- Indo Fishery Scientists Discuss ‘One Health’ Concept to Meet the Increasing Seafood Demand
CMFRI Director Dr A Gopalakrishnan speaking at the One Health Aquaculture India workshop held in Kochin
‘One Health’ aquaculture is a concept that fishery scientists and experts from India and UK want to emulate with an Indo-UL partnership in the country. This concept revolves around the idea of providing optimum health for people, aquatic animals, plants, and the environment.
Experts spoke at the panel of the Indo-UK joint workshop, zooming in on the need to improve production to meet the increasing seafood demand. The health of the entire value chain of the aquatic food sector is crucial and needs to be taken care of.
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