World Aquaculture - June 2023

WWW.WAS.ORG • WORLD AQUACULTURE • JUNE 2023 15 The Journal of the World Aquaculture Society is excited to highlight a series of thematic technical reviews that were developed with the leading author in each field following the Global Conference on Aquaculture Millennium+20 (GCA+20), which was held from September 22–25, 2021 in Shanghai, the People’s Republic of China. Recognizing that aquaculture is critically important to sustainable development and global food systems, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) selected technical themes that these eight reviews present in this special issue. FAO Technical Reviews Special Issue of the Journal of the World Aquaculture Society These themes and reviews support FAO’s Blue Transformation Roadmap of providing adequate aquatic food for a growing world population. The reviews focus on multiple key issues that are essential for aquaculture and its future progress. Details are provided on current and future trends, challenges, and opportunities and these reviews lay the foundation for the support of a vision for sustainable aquaculture as outlined in the Shanghai Declaration on Aquaculture for Food and Sustainable Development. Table of Contents Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2) Special Issue: FAO/NACA GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON AQUACULTURE MILLENNIUM+20 - AQUACULTURE FOR FOOD AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THEMATIC REVIEWS Guest Editors: Graham Mair, Matthias Halwart, Yuan Derun and Barry Costa-Pierce Editorial Mair, G.C., Halwart, M., Derun, Y., & Costa Pierce, B.A. 2023. A decadal outlook for global aquaculture. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):196-205. Review Papers Verdegem, M., Buschmann, A. H., Latt, U. W., Dalsgaard, A. J. T., & Lovatelli, A. 2023. The contribution of aquaculture systems to global aquaculture production. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):206-250. Troell, M., Costa-Pierce, B., Stead, S., Cottrell, R. S., Brugere, C., Farmery, A. K., Little, D. C., Strand, Å., Pullin, R., Soto, D., Beveridge, M., Salie, K., Dresdner, J., MoraesValenti, P., Blanchard, J., James, P., Yossa, R., Allison, E., Devaney, C., & Barg, U. 2023. Perspectives on aquaculture’s contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals for improved human and planetary health. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):251-342. Glencross, B., Fracalossi, D. M., Hua, K., Izquierdo, M., Mai, K., Øverland, M., Robb, D., Roubach, R., Schrama, J., Small, B., Tacon, A., Valente, L. M. P., Viana, M.-T., Xie, S., & Yakupityage, A. 2023. Harvesting the benefits of nutritional research to address global challenges in the 21st century. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):343-363. Sonesson, A. K., Hallerman, E., Humphries, F., Hilsdorf, A. W. S., Leskien, D., Rosendal, K., Bartley, D., Hu, X., Garcia Gomez, R., & Mair, G. C. 2023. Sustainable management and improvement of genetic resources for aquaculture. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):364-395. Subasinghe, R., Alday-Sanz, V., Bondad-Reantaso, M. G., Jie, H., Shinn, A. P., & Sorgeloos, P. 2023. Biosecurity: Reducing the burden of disease. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 54(2), 396-425. Jolly, C. M., Nyandat, B., Yang, Z., Ridler, N., Matias, F., Zhang, Z., Murekezi, P., & Menezes, A. 2023. Dynamics of aquaculture governance. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):426-480. Brugere, C., Bansal, T., Kruijssen, F., & Williams, M. 2023. Humanizing aquaculture development: Putting social and human concerns at the center of future aquaculture development. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):481-525. Ababouch, L., Nguyen, K. A. T., Castro de Souza, M. and FernandezPolanco, J. 2023. Value chains and market access for aquaculture products. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 54(2):526-552. — Kenneth Cain, Executive Editor, JWAS