Founder of Aquaculture Innovation: Address issues to deliver on expectations
Over the next six weeks, we’ll post each of the presentations from the exciting and fast-paced session, “Thoughts on the Future of Aquaculture in the PechaKucha Style.” Each speaker was asked to speak about “building confidence in aquaculture.”
Other speakers were: Matthew Thompson, Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at New England Aquarium; Robert Jones, The Nature Conservancy; Isaac Fraynd, Aqua-Spark; Jennifer Bushman, Route to Market Services; and Scott Williams, BJ’s Wholesale Club.
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GOAL 2017 video: Jacqueline Claudia, LoveTheWild
In the seventh and final Pecha Kucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Jacqueline Claudia, CEO of LoveTheWild, inspires attendees with a passionate plea for aquaculture and – above all else – food that tastes good.
Innovation & Investment
GOAL 2017 video: Langley Gace, InnovaSea Systems
In the fifth Pecha Kucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Langley Gace of InnovaSea Systems talks about open-ocean aquaculture and how the future of fish farming is happening now.
GOAL 2017 video: Larry Feinberg, KnipBio
In the second Pecha Kucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Larry Feinberg of KnipBio talks about the potential of single-cell organisms as alternative aquafeed ingredients, and how his technology can lessen the industry's dependence on fishmeal and fish oil.
Health & Welfare
GOAL 2017 video: Neil Manchester, Hendrix Genetics
At the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference, held last month in Dublin, Ireland, we introduced a series of Pecha Kucha presentations about the future of aquaculture. We'll feature all seven on the Advocate, starting with Neil Manchester's rapid-fire view at how genetics are improving breeding techniques for aquaculture.