One of the newer innovations in food production is a closed-loop system called aquaponics, where fish and veggies are grown together using recirculated water. With population levels set to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, more mouths to feed calls for food production methods that are both eco-friendly and resource-conscious. The world’s wild fish stocks are decreasing, and production of farmed fish has doubled in the last 15 years. By moving these farms onto land, commercial scale aquaponics operations could revolutionize food production, using less space, water and energy than ever before.
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