Like most other food production systems, fish farming too needs to become increasingly more sustainable. Biofloc farming – the new blue revolution – might just be the driver aquaculture needs to enter that sustainable future.
The post-apocalyptic vision of the future that many a movie have depicted involves a scenario where water becomes unaffordable for common folk. This scary future could very soon come true for Gulf countries.
One of the challenges facing the planet today is food security. And with our population slated to touch 10 billion not too far into the future, this will become an even bigger challenge. We need alternative farming innovations to become mainstream.
Avocados are supertasty and superhealthy. But growing avocados is superhard. They need a lot of water and they’re prone to a lot of diseases and pest infestations. If you want healthy avocados, you need a solution that will help avocados grow naturally.
Wastewater treatment is essential not only to ensure that our groundwater sources are protected from contamination but also to ensure that scarce freshwater can be used for essential purposes only. And one big and often unheralded aspect of wastewater treatment is odour control.
The future will likely not turn out to be the high-tech utopia you probably picture or as you might have seen in movies. It will more likely be a dystopian scene of strife and struggle for food, water and clean air. Unless you choose to make a difference.
Previously, we spoke about untreated wastewater and ocean pollution and the need to protect our oceans from the dangers of wastewater contamination. This need for protection, however, extends to all our water bodies too.
Yes, millions of tonnes of plastic waste is choking our seas and polluting our waters. But equally dire is the litres upon litres of wastewater entering our oceans and contaminating all the water in a cyclical, multigenerational chain of damage. Damage that can begin to be reversed using solutions harnessed from nature herself.
We have all heard about and read about oil spills in the ocean, killing marine life and harming ecosystems around the world. Equally deadly are oil spills on land. And chemical solutions to treat them end up harming the environment too. The answer lies in nature.
Keeping golf courses lush green with sparkling blue water is one of the biggest challenges for golf course managers around the world. Especially when you factor in the cost to the environment. We have a solution, backed by nature and research, that can help.