Brazil's role in world fish production

Published Jul 9, 2020

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The biannual publication of the “The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture” (“The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture”, already available here) Affectionately nicknamed SOFIA, its content presents recent data from the world fisheries statistics. is under the responsibility of FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization), which collects and organizes technical reports from several countries, obtaining a current picture on fisheries and aquaculture. In previous versions, the document was based mainly on fisheries statistics, but today it deals with issues related to climate change, Sustainable Development Goals, labor relations, gender issues within the sector, food security and support programs for vulnerable countries. The 2020 version is mainly focused on sustainability, an intrinsically thematic related to Brazil that, since Eco-92, participates in discussions on production of food with sustainability and environmental preservation. However, the challenges for ...
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