The provision of ecosystem services by European aquaculture.
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Through the Commission communication "The European Green Deal", Europe reaffirms its commitment to respond to the climate and environmental challenges that will shape our common future. Global warming and climate change on the one hand and the loss of biodiversity on the other are challenges that we must respond to if we want to guarantee a sustainable future1. In line with the Green Deal, the Commission has published a new Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, COM (2020) 380, which proposes actions and commitments to address the loss of biodiversity in Europe, and the Farm to Fork Strategy, COM (2020) 381, with which to facilitate the transition to a sustainable and equitable food system. Both strategies are interconnected by the conviction that a sustainable food system must preserve biodiversity. In this context, European aquaculture must also contribute significantly to the protection of biodiversity, enhancing ecosystem services, preserving habitats and landscapes and constituting an.....
PublisherAquaculture Advisory Council (AAC)
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.2
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationAquaculture Advisory Council (2021) The provision of ecosystem services by European aquaculture. Brussels, Belgium, Aquaculture Advisory Council (AAC), 39pp. (AAC 2021-08). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1707