MSTG Seminar on Aquaculture

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Wednesday June 20th 
10:45am - 13:00pm

MEMBER ONLY EVENT

The world currently consumes more fish per person than ever before, about 20kg a year, but almost all the recent gains in production have been down to farmed fish.  In China in 2014 it accounted for half of all the fish the people ate.  From 2013 research figures we can see that 32% of the world’s fish stocks were being fished beyond their sustainable limit increasing the need for even more aquaculture.  Overfishing, pollution, plastics, availability of coastal space, sea temperature and CO2 rises are all issues that affect this vital world food-stock, and these are areas measured and quantified by the MST sector.

Please join us to learn more about this area of business and what the aquaculture industry needs from the MST sector.

Speaker:

Max Goulden, Managing Director of Macalister Elliott, a fisheries and aquaculture consultancy 

Programme:

Gather 10.45
Presentations from 11.15am
Finish and Sandwich lunch 12.30-1pm

Price:

£20 on the door (this price includes lunch)

 

MEMBER ONLY EVENT - Deadline Monday 18 June

PLEASE RSVP TO REBECCA HAWKINS (PA@MARITIMEINDUSTRIES.ORG

Upcoming Dates for this event

  • Wed 20 Jun 2018 (Deadline for booking is Mon 18 Jun 2018)
  • Society of Maritime Industries, 28-29 Threadneedle Street, London

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14/08/2018 - 16/08/2018 View

This exhibition attracts around 6,000 visitors with shipowners, shipyards and the oil & gas market being the prime audience.

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