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In a post First Contact world, society will rely on Eco friendly, self sustaining, food production systems, in order not to overtax our planets capabilities. Aquaculture, already moving into the main stream food production market, is one of those systems. Combined with renewable energy sources, like solar or wind power, its on the way to becoming one of the major cornerstones of planetary food supply.

With very little water and no discharge, Israeli marine biologists say they have developed the world's first environmentally friendly aquaculture system, using enclosed tanks to raise organic fish anywhere in the world. Grow Fish Anywhere plans to expand in Europe and the U.S. once they have settled a legal dispute with another group over adaptations to the patented technology.

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