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Blue Revolution

Invest in the $50 billion worldwide mariculture industry – the deliberate farming of ocean species that provides half the world’s edible seafood consumed each year – promises developing nations with vast coastlines the opportunity to participate in a new "Blue Revolution" to offset its reliance on agriculture. This can be equated to the earlier “Green Revolution” between 1965 and 1970 during which wheat yields nearly ...more »

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Biodiversity, Conservation, Climate Change, & Water

Develop a good Comparative Risk Assessment (CRA) Methodology.

Grand challenge: Develop a good Comparative Risk Assessment (CRA) Methodology. CRA provides a systematic way of looking at environmental problems that pose different types and degrees of health risk. It combines information on the inherent hazards of pollutants, exposure levels, and population characteristics to predict the resulting health effects. Using data from available sources, rapid, inexpensive comparative risk ...more »

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