Ling Cao Ph.D. is a postdoctoral scholar at the Center on Food Security and the Environment of Stanford University. In a paper published in Science on 8 January 2015, she and her colleagues point out that curbing China’s demand in wild fish in aquafeeds is critical. China is the world’s largest producer, consumer, processor and exporter of fish. China produces more than one-third of the global fish supply and contributes more than 60% of global aquaculture volume and about half of global aquaculture value. In this interview, Dr. Cao explains the study and provides her insight into the sustainability of China's aquaculture industry.
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