The Vision of the European aquaculture industry is, by the year 2030, to provide annually 4.5 million tons of sustainable food products, worth € 14 billion, and supporting more than 150,000 direct jobs.
EATIP has pro-active contacts with other European Technology Platforms, notably with those developing the Bioeconomy, so as to identify and promote synergies that can stimulate innovation within European aquaculture.
The mandate of EATiP is to facilitate multi-stakeholder interactions, promote research and innovation of high relevance to the sector, and stimulate the uptake of scientific results with a high impact potential. Feedback is provided to strategic processes of relevance to the sector and recommendations are given towards European funding programmes to better co-ordinate, stimulate, support and promote technology and innovation for unlocking the potential of European aquaculture.
In trying to provide the right framework for an economic recovery…
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For the first time in the history of EATiP, the GA was held as…
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The aquaculture group activity is focussed…
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