Environmentally responsible aquaculture, or fish farming, is essential to supplement well-managed wild fisheries to meet the demand for seafood.
Water experts from Southern California and beyond convened at the Aquarium of the Pacific on November 24 to identify new strategies to deal with the water crisis now and meet increased demand in an uncertain future.
Weather & Climate
Experts participating in a live webcast at the Aquarium on November 13 discussed newly released forecasts for El Niño. Click for the full video.
Conservation Issues | Environment | iTunes U Coastal Conversations Show
In this episode of Coastal Conversations, we talk with Heidrun Mumper-Drumm, professor and director of Sustainability Initiatives at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and Jessie Kawata, creative strategist and designer for NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel moderates a discussion about the role that design and design-oriented thinking can play in creating sustainable innovations and promoting ocean conservation.
Original broadcast date: September 29, 2014
Aquarium of the Pacific President and CEO Jerry Schubel chaired a study committee for the National Science Foundation. The committee assessed the value and role of field stations, marine laboratories, and nature reserves.
The Future of Food
The Aquarium will host an ongoing series of talks with Los Angeles Times food editor Russ Parsons. Guests will include authors, chefs, farmers, and more.
Conservation | MCRI
Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel moderated the “State of the Ocean” panel discussion at Capitol Hill Ocean Week in June.