This short film explores the trade of farmed shrimp and freshwater prawns from Bangladesh to the EU, as part of the EU-funded research project ‘Sustaining Ethical Aquaculture Trade’ or SEAT.
Is mariculture of Seaweeds technically possible outside of their natural habitats in the Bay of Bengal? And will it be economically viable for coastal communities in Bangladesh?
Yearbook of Fisheries Statistics of Bangladesh 2015-2016 (Volume 33, April 2017) … relevant to the fishery of Bangladesh in the period of July 2015 – June 2016.
According to a report from Trading Corporation of Bangladesh, the price of one kilogram of Ilish has dropped by 16.67% from last year.The Department of Fisheries (DOF) could withdraw the export ban on Ilish after an abundant catch this season has produced enough of the fish to sell abroad for the first time in five years.
Study finds oyster farming can save southeast coastline from erosion.
Despite the construction of embankments and barriers in some areas, storms, strong currents and tides regularly wreak havoc on the Bangladeshi coastline. In the struggle to combat erosion it now seems that a new force may be enlisted: the power of oysters. A recent study has found that along with providing a potential new food source, oyster farming can protect the coast.