Hiện trạng Khai thác và Nuôi trồng Thủy sản thế giới 2024: Chuyển đổi xanh dương trong thực tiễn=The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2024: Blue Transformation in action
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FAO. 2024. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2024. Blue Transformation in action. Rome. https://doi.org/10.4060/cd0683en
Abstract: The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2024 has benefited from significant improvements in data collection, analytical and assessment tools, and methodologies generating more reliable and expanded data on the state of world fisheries and aquaculture resources, and their exploitation and utilization. In 2022, fisheries and aquaculture production reached an all-time high of 223.2 million tonnes, worth a record USD 472 billion and contributing an estimated 20.7 kg of aquatic animal foods per capita. This constituted about 15 percent of the animal protein supply, reaching over 50 percent in several countries in Asia and Africa. While capture fisheries production has remained largely unchanged for decades, aquaculture has increased by 6.6 percent since 2020, contributing over 57 percent of aquatic animal products used for direct human consumption. The fisheries and quaculture sector employs an estimated 62 million people in primary production alone. Where sex-disaggregated data are available, approximately 24 percent of the total workforce were women; of these, 53 percent were employed in the sector on a full-time basis, a great improvement since 1995, when only 32 percent of women were employed full time. Aquatic products continue to be one of the most traded food commodities, involving over 230 countries and territories and generating a record USD 195 billion in 2022 considering all aquatic products.

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