Video and audio
WorldFish increasingly publishes short films, videos and audio files on our work. We also publish, with permission, related work from our partners. See the latest audio and video files below or visit the WorldFish YouTube channel.
|Stephen Hall's Countdown to the Seafood Summit||
Dr Stephen Hall, Director General of WorldFish, counts down to the Seafood Summit 2012 in Hong Kong, where he'll be making a plenary speech at the conference.
|Investing in hope: Rusli's Story||
The 2004 tsunami that devastated the province of Aceh in Indonesia left in its wake thousands of communities without homes and destroyed the livelihood of farmers who worked the land to produce rice, fish and shrimp. WorldFish, in partnership with the Aceh Society Development (ASD) Cooperative, has helped to put communities back on their feet through providing vital assistance in the development of local small-scale aquaculture enterprises.
|Acidifying oceans and the future of molluscs: implications for food security?||
Some of the threats posed by climate change can appear rather esoteric or abstract. One of these is ocean acidification - it is not immediately obvious why we should care. A recent paper by Sara Cooley and colleagues give a good example of why the threat of changing ocean chemistry matters.
|Farming waters, changing lives||
First look at Aquatic Agricultural Systems in Bangladesh, and the story of Benelata Das who lifted her family out of poverty.
|More fish - surely we just need to farm the sea?||
Mariculture certainly holds promise as part of the solution to meeting our need and demand for fish, but it's not the obvious option that many people imagine.
|Fish and nutrition - Not all fish are created equal.||
The idea that fish is a healthy diet choice is widespread, but fish differ in the benefits they offer, with implications for how we help the malnourished.
|Fish - Making a meal of it||
27 millions tonnes of fish are used each year to feed animals - can we use these fish better?
|Plenty of fish in the sea?||
How many of us have been told at some point in our lives "don't worry...there's plenty more fish in the sea"? This old proverb might comfort us for disappointment in love, but taken in its most literal sense, few people seem to believe it.
|After the tsunami: Shrimp Aquaculture Farming in Aceh||
Experienced farmers in Bangladesh explain how they manage water quality in ponds in low-lying paddy fields in between two cropping seasons, and why it is crucial for fish production
|WorldFish Science Week 2011 Wrap Up||
WorldFish Science Week 2011