How the world's largest seafood companies can help tackle climate change

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Seafood firms can reduce their impact on climate and the oceans - and in doing so can ensure they have a long-term thriving business that delivers healthy and sustainable seafood to millions, writes Nigel Topping, UN High Level Champion for Climate Action at COP26

Seafood is big business and demand is going up. By 2027, the global market for seafood is projected to reach $199bn - up from $159bn in 2019. It's easy to see why - a growing number of consumers want...

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