Journal article
More than fish: Policy coherence and benefit sharing as necessary conditions for equitable aquaculture development

Brugere, C., M. Troell and H. Eriksson. 2021. More than fish: Policy coherence and benefit sharing as necessary conditions for equitable aquaculture development. Marine Policy 123:104271.

Aquaculture development is part of the Blue Economy narrative and it may offer opportunities for improving the well-being of coastal people and the wider population. However, unlocking its full potential is unlikely to occur through sole focus on increasing production. Using a framework for identifying the “people-policy gap” in aquaculture as a starting point, we introduce benefit sharing as a necessary and complementary concept to...

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Reorientation of aquaculture production systems can reduce environmental impacts and improve nutrition security in Bangladesh

Shepon, A., J. A. Gephart, P. J. G. Henriksson, R. Jones, K. Murshed-e-Jahan, G. Eshel and C. D. Golden . 2020. Reorientation of aquaculture production systems can reduce environmental impacts and improve nutrition security in Bangladesh. Nature Food (1):640–647.

Aquatic foods are a critical source of human nutrition in many developing countries. As a result, declines in wild-caught fish landings threaten nutritionally vulnerable populations. Aquaculture presents an opportunity to meet local demand, but it also places pressure on natural resource inputs and causes a range of environmental impacts. Here, we examine whether current aquaculture systems in Bangladesh can be reoriented to address prevailing nutritional...

Journal article
Evidence for action: a One Health learning platform on interventions to tackle antimicrobial resistance

Wernli, D., Jørgensen, P.S., Parmley, E.J., Troell, M., et.al. 2020. Evidence for action: a One Health learning platform on interventions to tackle antimicrobial resistance. Lancet Infectious Diseases DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/S1473-3099(20)30392-3.

Improving evidence for action is crucial to tackle antimicrobial resistance. The number of interventions for antimicrobial resistance is increasing but current research has major limitations in terms of efforts, methods, scope, quality, and reporting. Moving the agenda forwards requires an improved understanding of the diversity of interventions, their feasibility and cost–benefit, the implementation factors that shape and underpin their effectiveness, and the ways in which...

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China at a Crossroads: An Analysis of China’s Changing Seafood Production and Consumption

Crona, B., E. Wassénius, M. Troell, K. Barclay, T. Mallory, M. Fabinyi, W. Zhang, V. W.Y. Lam, L. Cao, P. J.G. Henriksson, H. Eriksson. 2020. China at a Crossroads: An Analysis of China's Changing Seafood Production and Consumption. One Earth 3(1):32-44.

China is a key player in global production, consumption, and trade of seafood. Given this dominance, Chinese choices regarding what seafood to eat, and how and where to source it, are increasingly important—for China, and for the rest of the world. This perspective explores this issue using a transdisciplinary approach and discusses plausible trajectories and implications for assumptions of future modeling efforts and global environmental...

Journal article
Scenarios for global aquaculture and its role in human nutrition

Gephart, J., C. D. Golden, F. Asche, B. Belton, C. Brugere, H. E. Froehlich, J. P. Fry, B. S. Halpern, C. C. Hicks, R. C. Jones, D. H. Klinger, D. C. Little, D. J. McCauley, S. H. Thilsted, M. Troell, E. H. Allisom. 2020. Scenarios for global aquaculture and its role in human nutrition. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture DOI: 10.1080/23308249.2020.1782342.

Global demand for freshwater and marine foods (i.e., seafood) is rising and an increasing proportion is farmed. Aquaculture encompasses a range of species and cultivation methods, resulting in diverse social, economic, nutritional, and environmental outcomes. As a result, how aquaculture develops will influence human wellbeing and environmental health outcomes. Recognition of this has spurred a push for nutrition-sensitive aquaculture, which aims to benefit public health...

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Review of the research knowledge and gaps on fish populations, fisheries and linked ecosystems in the Central Arctic Ocean (CAO)

Snoeijs-Leijonmalm, P., H. Flores, F. Volckaert, B. Niehoff, F. L. Schaafsma, J. Hjelm, J. Hentati-Sundberg, S. Niiranen, A.-S. Crépin, H. Österblom. 2020. Review of the research knowledge and gaps on fish populations, fisheries and linked ecosystems in the Central Arctic Ocean (CAO). European Commission, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME).

This report presents a review of the research knowledge and gaps on fish populations, fisheries and linked ecosystems in the Central Arctic Ocean (CAO). The CAO comprises the deep basins of the Arctic Ocean beyond the shelf break, which largely overlap with the High Seas of the Arctic Ocean, i.e. the marine areas outside the Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) of the Arctic coastal nations. The...

Book chapter
Environmental nutrition and LCA

Pelletier, N., R. W. R. Parker, and P. J. G. Henriksson. 2019. Environmental nutrition and LCA. In: J. Sabaté, editor. Environmental Nutrition: Connecting Health and Nutrition with Environmentally Sustainable Diets. Elsevier Academic Press, London, UK. Pp. 141–156.

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The future of aquaculture in Indonesia: A transformation toward increased sustainability

Henriksson, P. J. G., L. K. Banks, S. Suri, T. Y. Pratiwi, N. Ahmad Fatan, and M. Troell. 2019. The future of aquaculture in Indonesia: A transformation toward increased sustainability. Penang, Malaysia: WorldFish. Policy Brief: 2019-14.

To combat current high levels of malnutrition and stunting, the Indonesian government has set ambitious targets for aquaculture growth up to 2030. Fish already fundamentally contributes to the well-being of Indonesians by offering an affordable source of nutritious animal protein. However, to reach these targets, production will have to more than triple. However, meeting the production targets will come at a cost for the environment....

Journal article
Indonesian aquaculture futures — identifying interventions for reducing environmental impacts

Henriksson, P. J. G., L. K. Banks, S. K. Suri, T. Y. Pratiwi, M. R. Fatan, and M. Troell. 2019. Indonesian aquaculture futures — identifying interventions for reducing environmental impacts. Environmental Research Letters 14:124062.

Indonesia is the world’s second largest producer and third largest consumer of seafood. Fish is therefore essential to the nation, both financially and nutritionally. Overfishing and the effects of climate change will, however, limit future landings of capture fisheries, so any increases in future seafood production will need to come from aquaculture. The ecological effects of aquaculture are dependent upon the choice of species, management,...

Journal article
Everything is relative and nothing is certain. Toward a theory and practice of comparative probabilistic LCA

Heijungs, R., J. B. Guinée, A. Mendoza Beltrán, P. J. G. Henriksson, and E. Groen. 2019. Everything is relative and nothing is certain. Toward a theory and practice of comparative probabilistic LCA. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment  24(9):1573–1579.

Introduction It is widely recognized that LCA is in most cases relative and contains uncertainties due to choices and data. This paper analyses the combination of the two comparative uncertainties. Basic concepts We carefully define the idea of relativity and uncertainty within LCA. We finish off by giving an example of case where inappropriate handling of comparative uncertainties will lead to a misleading result for...