Today’s aquatic food system is broken. The dependent and exploitative system has significant social, economic, and ecological impacts. This is the premise of Seas At Risk’s new report: Reducing the aquatic foodprint: Could algae and cell-cultured fish be low-impact alternatives to our current aquatic food system?. The paper examines the flawed system, explores potential low-impact seafood alternatives, and fosters an open discussion with Seas At Risk members.

Screenshot of the cover of the "Reducing the aquatic foodprint" report. Cover depicts a graphic that merges a human fingerprint with fish scales.