The futurist

If you are an Alaska commercial fisherman or someone who simply cares about the fate of the state’s small, rural communities still dependent on commercial fishing as their economic reason to exist, you can consider the man in the expensive suit above the devil. He is Norwegian Bendik Søvegjarto, chief executive officer of a company called Bluegrove. He and Bluegrove want to transform the way salmon are raised. “Cost reductions will obviously make seafood producers more competitive and more profitable, even as the seafood they make becomes more affordable for their customers.” The key phrases there – if you are an Alaska commercial fishermen – are “cost reductions” and “more affordable.” >click to read, and read you must< 08:26

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