Ricardo Radulovich – Professor of Water Science, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grantee, Sea-Farmer, and Senior Aquaculture Specialist for The Seasteading Institute – can now add “Radical Social Entrepreneur” to his long list of laurels. Today’s featured article on the Radical Social Entrepreneurs website, authored by seasteading ambassador Ryan Garcia, […]
We occasionally receive feedback from people who want to know why The Seasteading Institute doesn’t simply attempt to build a seastead straight away.
Join us for an evening of exciting talks, brainstorming and socializing with some of the most interesting people in the seasteading movement. This time we continue with practical topics, and Mike Doty will present a talk on Aquaculture for Seasteads. He will cover the possibilities for the industry in general, and look specifically at salmon as a species to be farmed (sales, feed conversion, growth rate, etc).
To combine a profitable business model and a platform suitable to survive in international waters is one of the challenges of the seasteading movement. We have seen in the Sink or Swim Business Plan Contest, that aquaculture (fish farming) is one of the most promising business in international waters.