Inclusiveness for Sustainable Seafood Security
Special Session at the IFS on Tuesday 20 November 2018
Venue: Hansa JB Hotel, Hatyai, Thailand
Invitation to private sector, NGO’s and government to challenge our findings.
10:30 -12:30: Challenges of Pond Aquaculture and Benefits of Bioflocs Related Innovations. Session with 8 speakers, among whom Prof. Verdegem and Emeritus Prof. Sorgeloos.
13:30 – 15:00: Approaches to Design and Adoption of Innovations in Aquaculture. Session with 6 speakers among others from Wageningen University and WorldFish.
15:30 – 17:00: How can Innovations in Aquaculture Contribute to Inclusive & Sustainable Business?
A workshop introduced by Prof. Simon Bush, followed break-out discussions in a World-Café approach and a plenary to discuss three themes:
- Feasibility of the bioflocs principle in (Improved) Extensive Aquaculture ;
- Overcoming Constraints to Innovations by Smallholders ;
- Inclusive Business and Sustainable Trade.
If you will or would like to join this Special Session, please inform: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you intend to join the International Fisheries Symposium (19 to 21 November), including the workshop: please register through the IFS website.
Session organised by NWO-GCP projects of Wageningen University & Research, Prince of Songklia University, Can Tho Univers