Aquaculture Program in Indonesia

Indonesia is the second largest country in terms of total aquaculture production. The government recognizes the importance and benefits of aquaculture and has consequently set ambitious targets for 2030: the sector can expand up to 12 million hectares, and the most species are expected to grow with 8,5% annually. Although this expansion is considered necessary to meet the future demand for fish, the growth of the sector should remain within environmental and social limits.  IDH contributes to the goal of sustainable growth by piloting an aquascape approach.

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