Aquaculture & Environment Interactions

Aquaculture systems depend on the use of natural waters and natural food chains. As such, they are part of the environment and two-way interactions are numerous. Like food production in agriculture, aquaculture can affect the environment by modifying natural habitats, wildlife, the soil, the water, and the landscape. Furthermore, it is subject to environmental impacts from other activities. Neither is aquaculture the only activity to affect natural resources, in freshwater and marine environments, but it is the latest in a long list. The rapid development of the aquaculture industry since the late 1980s has made decision makers extremely aware that the huge demand for sites requires more environmental controls and pertinent allocation measures, in order to avoid detrimental impacts and conflicts.


Aquaculture is characterized by a great dependence on the quality and productivity of the environment. Its development also bears a risk of negative environmental impact, such as pollution, landscape modification, or biodiversity change. Therefore aquaculture development is subdued to an institutional context that defines the rules for the use and conservation of natural resources in aquatic ecosystems. The need to design such rules and the appropriate means to implement them is widely recognized today, but an increasing number of conflicts and collapses in relation to environmental issues attest to the difficulties in designing and implementing efficient environmental or management policies.

  • Environmentally-friendly technologies
  • Environmental impact
  • Control of Disease and parasite outbreaks
  • Control Invasive species outbreak
  • Biomagnifications free products

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