The Business of Aquaculture podcast is a podcast covering the sustainable business movement in the aquafarming and ocean ranching industries. This podcast aims to amplify the voices of entrepreneurs addressing the UN Global Goals aka Sustainable Development Goal – SDG14 – to conserve and sustainably use the oceans and the seas.
Last week’s podcast features a 20-minute interview with Dr. Carole Engle, who speaks to U.S. regulatory costs and sustainability.
Carole Engle has devoted more than 35 years to aquaculture research, extension, and teaching. In addition to publishing more than 110 scientific articles, four books, and more than 80 extension publications, she has a combined 49 years of editorial experience, including serving as Editor-in-Chief of Aquaculture Economics and Management. She has been honored with numerous awards from the U.S. Aquaculture Society, National Aquaculture Association, Catfish Farmers of America, and Catfish Farmers of Arkansas. She has worked closely with aquaculture businesses around the world and values the contributions that science has made to the growth and development of successful aquaculture businesses on many scales of production.
To access the U.S. aquaculture regulatory cost papers published by Dr. Engle and co-authors, please visit Regulatory Cost Analysis – National Aquaculture Association (thenaa.net).