Improving Fish Welfare

31 August, 2023

There are more than 400 species of fish being farmed globally. Most of them spend their entire lives in barren conditions. It’s a lifelong suffering.

In Portugal, at the Centre of Marine Sciences at the University of Algarve, there is an organization trying to change that. We met with the president of the Fish Etho Group, João Saraiva.

Reportage: Daniel Hager

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