70% of our planet is covered by the oceans, with abundance biodiversity: over 80% of all life on earth. Billions of people rely on fish for protein, and fishing is the principal livelihood for 500 millions of people globally. More than 3 billion people get at least 20% of their protein from fish.
Millions of people in developing countries may no longer be able to afford fish by 2050 due to 50 yrs of overfishing which is unsustainable, depleting many fish stocks and already destabilize a part of the sea ecosystems.
Today commercial fish aquaculture farming practices of using antibiotic chemicals lead to pollution which affected and changes the fish supply substantially.
What if we can regenerate the fish/seafood value chain system to provide us abundance again to pre-1960's with fewer Carbon Footprints of Land-Water-GHG?