InterMET.digital announces it’s latest webinar on the threats and opportunities of extreme weather & climate change …
AQUACULTURE – MEETING THE THREATS OF EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATE CHANGE
Scheduled for Thursday 19 August at 16.00 UK time, this webinar will examine the business opportunities of addressing the potentially catastrophic impact of extreme weather & climate change on the important and fast growing aquaculture industry.
According to the FAO, global aquaculture production reached a record high of 114.5 million tonnes in live weight in 2018, with a total farm gate sale value of USD263.6 billion. However, extreme weather & climate change related threats could potentially devastate this industry.
The webinar will also examine the contribution the aquaculture sector itself can make to help combat climate change.
Includes live Q&A discussion with panellists
WHEN: Thursday 19 August at 16.00 UK time. The webinar will last for approximately 90 minutes.
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Moderator & Chair
- Robert Outram, Editor, Fish Farmer Magazine – a monthly publication that has been serving the aquaculture industry for more than 40 years.
- Anne Anderson, Head of Sustainability & Development with Scottish Sea Farms, one of the country’s leading producers of premium farmed salmon.
- Daniel Fairweather, Executive Director, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries with insurance company Gallagher and a member of the Gallagher UK ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) Committee.
- Lynne Falconer, researcher at the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, with over 10 years’ research experience in aquaculture and the environment.
- Jonathan LaRiviere, Chief Executive of Scoot Science, a technology business based in California which aims to help fish farmers protect assets, operate sustainably, and increase profits