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Feeding the world

3. Food for All

Designing sustainable and secure future seafood systems

Summary

The focus of the challenge is on designing sustainable and secure future seafood systems to help achieve food and nutrition security. The aim is to carefully examine the likely trends for food from the sea over the next ten years, to identify key points at which decisions and actions can be taken that will lead to better outcomes and a more sustainable 2030. Achieving food security for 8.6 billion people with variable physical and financial access to food, different cultural food practices, and shifting food environments, will require integrated and flexible solutions, that consider the inter-sectoral and inter-disciplinary nature of food systems and the range of trade-offs.

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Lead Investigators

Anna Farmery

Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, University of Wollongong / CMS

Anchor

Reg Watson

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

Barbara Nowak

Co-Authors

Meet our fellow team members who contribute to the success of this project.

Chris Carter

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / Blue Economy CRC

Aysha Fleming

CSIRO Land and Water / University of Tasmania / CMS

Bianca Haas

Karen Evans

CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere

Kelli Anderson

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / University of Tasmania

Yannick Rousseau

Ingrid van Putten

CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere / CMS

Karen Alexander

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Kirsty Nash

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Leo Dutra

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / Centre for Marine Socioecology / School of Marine Studies, The University of the South Pacific

Linda Murray

Massey University

Catriona MacLeod

Julia Blanchard

Stewart Frusher

Stewart Frusher

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Rowan Trebilco

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Gretta Pecl

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Senoveva Mauli

UOW (ANCORS)
Jeremie Kaltavara

Jeremie Kaltavara

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