Food Wastes as Fish Feeds

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
November 20, 2017 - 09: 16 AM

 

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Environment

Fair Trade in the Philippines

Submitted by Michelle Plouse
on
November 16, 2017 - 12: 33 AM

The Fair Trade movement is fairly small in the Philippines but has been growing in recent years. It is comprised of a mix of small cooperatives and multinational corporations. For the vast majority of Filipino farmers, any Fair Trade certification is far too expensive to be a realistic option. Generally, the small co-ops are certified by Fair Trade and the large corporations by Fair Trade USA. The two organizations split over a differing view of multinational corporations’ role in Fair Trade. Fair Trade USA has changed certain strategies and standards in an attempt to bring larger companies into the Fair Trade market.[1] Many, including the World Fair Trade Organization fear that the presence of multinationals in the Fair Trade market makes it difficult for co-ops and small farmers to compete in the Fair Trade market.[2] For the very poorest farmers, it would be nonsensical to pay high certification fees to enter a competition with multinational corporations.

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agriculture, Poverty

The F-3 Fish Free Feed Challenge: Finding cost-effective fish-free feeds

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
November 07, 2017 - 06: 19 AM

 

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Environment, Ecology, fish ponds, aquaculture, vegetarian, fish feed

Finding Feeding Solutions for Fisheries

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
October 24, 2017 - 06: 11 AM

Plant based feeding solutions for fisheries

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sustainable, Environment, fisheries, vegetarian, agricultural waste, food

Sustainable Aquaculture

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
October 10, 2017 - 01: 54 PM

 Solutions to environmental concerns of various aquaculture practicies

 

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sustainable, Mangroves, conservation, Environment, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries, antibiotics

Aquaculture in the Philippines (Part 2)

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
September 14, 2017 - 01: 30 PM

How fisheries can negatively impact local communities

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philippines, Environment, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries, local, human rights, commuity

Aquaculture in the Philippines (Part 1)

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
September 12, 2017 - 09: 32 AM

 

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Environment, Ecology, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries

Aquaculture and the Environment

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
September 07, 2017 - 07: 42 PM

How fisheries impact the environment. 

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sustainable, fish, Environment, water, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries, volunteer

Protecting Mangroves Can Help End the Cycle of Poverty

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
September 01, 2017 - 09: 00 AM

How protecting mangroves can help mitigate and prevent further poverty from occurring

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help, philippines, Mangroves, protection, ecosystems, property rights, Poverty, land

Threats to Mangroves in the Philippines

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
August 28, 2017 - 12: 14 PM

 Discussion of some of the threats to mangroves in the Philippines, and how to help. 

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Mangroves, Environment, illegal, deforestation, fish ponds

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