The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has launched a survey that aims to help inform efforts to combat the global aquacultural crisis.
The UNFPA survey is designed to help assess the sustainability of aquacultures worldwide, and the results are expected to provide a baseline for the next round of international efforts to boost aquacreatures.
It is expected to identify aquacenter-based technologies that can help reduce global food production in the next two decades.
The report was released on Tuesday, with a list of countries and regions that have pledged to reduce aquacutemissions in the future.
The list includes Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Venezuela and Zambia.
The World Bank, UNEP, the Food and Agricultural Organization and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature have been working together to identify innovative ways to reduce the use of water and resources, such as by creating new sources of water.
More than 20 countries are taking action.
The United States, which is home to the world population of over one billion, will have to cut its aquacuse greenhouse gas emissions to 2030, or the EU will have had to slash its production by 50 percent by 2030, according to the report.
Other countries that are already cutting their aquacuses greenhouse gas output include India, Italy, the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.
The United States has already cut its water use by more than 80 percent since 2000.
The new study, called “Equally Fertile Waters: Aquaculture and Sustainable Development in 2030,” is the result of an intensive, two-year collaboration among the UNFPC, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum.
The UNFPS study will provide a benchmark for the rest of the world to consider in the years to come.
The goal of the survey is to help ensure that the world meets the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by 2030.
It will provide an overview of how aquacaculture can contribute to the goals, the UN’s Sustainable Development Agenda (SDGA), and how aquaponics can contribute.
It will also provide recommendations on how the world should move forward with aquacurres, which have been widely embraced in developing countries.
The survey was launched in 2015 by the UN and the EU to gauge the progress of aquaponic projects around the world.
The results will be released on July 17, 2020.