Our second EAStalk will be given by Alexandra Neyts on October 1st, at 14:00 (GMT+2). The topic of this talk is Co-creating aquaculture awareness on a European level.
EAS is now offering a package of benefits for companies in the aquaculture sector at a promotional price.
More and more companies are exhibiting at our annual Aquaculture Europe events and we are continually trying to make quality events in nice places. We very much hope to see you in Berlin in October and/or in Cork next year. Many companies attending our events would like to be more involved in EAS and more active in our network. So we now have Corporate Membership especially for you! See the flyer
THE GLOBAL “BLUE ECONOMY” BUSINESS CONFERENCE.
EAS is a supporting body for The World Ocean Council (WOC) Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) to be held in Paris from November 20-22.
SOS is the annual gathering of the global Ocean Business Community dedicated to advancing private sector action on responsible use of the seas.
With the theme of “Investing in Ocean Futures: Finance and Innovation for the Blue Economy”, the SOS 2019 will be the foremost international business conference dedicated to investment and innovation for ocean sustainable development.
See more here
The EAS Thematic Group European Eel - Development of Breeding and Hatchery Technology is organising an afternoon workshop on October 7 just prior to AE2019.
The workshop is entitled "Impacts and Insights - progress and persistent challenges in developing eel hatchery technology"
Click on the banner above to see the full programme.
A seminar looking at ways to ensure greater gender diversity at all levels of the aquaculture sector will take place on Wednesday, 9 October at our Aquaculture Europe (AE2019) conference.
Jointly organised by the European Aquaculture Society (EAS) and The Fish Site, the Women in Aquaculture seminar will offer first hand insights into how women can overcome perceived gender-related obstacles and build thriving careers right across the aquaculture sector.
“Many promising young researchers and many of the top aquaculture executives from Europe and beyond will be in Berlin for the annual EAS conference and this special session aims to help companies engage with proactive strategies for building diverse workplaces,” explains Alistair Lane, Executive Director of EAS.
Meet your hosts and panel here.
Aquaculture Europe 2019 in Berlin has the theme “Our Future – Growing from Water”. The Plenary sessions of the event feature prominent speakers to give their opinions and overviews of different aspects of the theme. So we are pleased to present you our AE2019 Plenary Sessions and speakers.
Day 1. Tuesday, October 8th 09h00 to 09h40.
“The Environment and Fish Health” - Professor Charles R. Tyler, Biosciences, University of Exeter, UK
Day 2. Wednesday 9th 09h00 to 10h00.
“Producer, trade and consumer” A presentation/panel session moderated by Alexander Wever, AWF Consulting, Berlin, Germany
Day 3. Thursday 10th 11h45 to 12h30 (PLEASE NOTE THE TIME!).
“Managing risks in a changing environment” – Dr. Dina Dziuba, Senior Underwriter, Agricultural Risks, Hannover Re, Germany.
We are finally launching our first EAStalk Webinar and would like to invite you to take part in it.
Our FIRST EAStalk Webinar will be held on Tuesday, the 3rd of September at 14.00h (CEST).
Our presenter will be Dr. Gavin Burnell, president of EAS. Gavin will give an overview of the principles and practice of aquaponics and present some of the ways in which this novel technology can be integrated into various aspects of aquaculture production and pedagogy.
Programme for the Student Workshop at Aquaculture Europe 2019 is available here.
The workshop will be held on October 8th, at 14:30 in a room Lounge 1,2,3.