WWF work

In the past 4 weeks, I have deepened my knowledge about the technical aspects of aquaculture via the projects I’ve worked on.  I created short documents for the Steering Committees of the Salmon Aquaculture Dialogue (SAD) and the Freshwater Trout Aquaculture Dialogue (FTAD), including “Relevancy of using Daphnia as an aquatic surrogate toxicity species,” “Species Threatened by Freshwater Aquaculture, by Region” using IUCN Red List data, a global list of banned chemicals, and persistence data on known toxins.  On a grander scale, I collated and summarized 100s of pages of public comments for both SAD and FTAD, so that the Steering Committees will have an organized overview of the opinions of groups and individuals as they meet to discuss the final drafts for the aquaculture certification standards for salmon and freshwater trout.

What am I talking about?  Well here’s a video that describes the Tilapia Aquaculture Dialogues (TAD).   Aaron McNevin, one of the participants in the TAD was my boss for the FTAD.

4 thoughts on “WWF work

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    Weirdly enough, dehydrated seitan. It’s a thing! Vegan jerky! All you really need is water and protein – better than something sweet, which isn’t going to take you as far.

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