by Jude Isabella • In the 20th century, Japanese anthropologists and officials tried to hide the existence of the Indigenous Ainu. Then the Ainu fought back like their cousins, the bears.
by F. Salazar • For centuries, people have debated the location of ultima Thule—a mysterious northern land. Residents of Smøla, Norway, believe they live in that fabled place; other contenders say not so fast.
by Jess Mackie • On aquaculture’s image problem and the people who want you to embrace the fish of the future.
by Paul Tullis • In Southeast Asia, aquaculture production from medium-sized, freshwater farms is growing quickly. Meet the quiet revolution that could sustainably feed the world.
by Brian Payton • Feeding wild fish to farmed fish is threatening marine ecosystems. Researchers and entrepreneurs believe they’ve found solutions.
by Brendan Borrell • Aquaculture innovation is driven by a desire for profit, sustainability, and a delicious meal. Can the right marine fish satisfy all three?
by Jude Isabella and Shannon Hunt • For over a century, aquaculturists have tinkered with every part of a farmed fish’s life, from genetics to diet to where it grows best.
by Jude Isabella • As the world’s population swells to 9.7 billion, industry and governments say aquaculture is the way to provide protein to the people—if that’s true, can we learn from the past and avoid screwing over the planet and each other?