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EM4 2022Eurofish Magazine issue 4 2022 looks at the fisheries and aquaculture sector in the Croatia, and Turkey.  The Fisheries section addresses IUU fishing in regional management.

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Tuesday, 16 August 2022 12:09

Eurofish Magazine Issue 4 2022 (July / August)

July / August 2022 Eurofish Magazine 4
Country profiles: Croatia and Turkey
Aquaculture
Pordenone once again hosts three aquaculture events – Witness the future of farming today
Technology: 
Craemer Group exhibits at fish international and Conxemar trade fairs – High-quality load carriers for first-class fish catches
Fisheries: 
Strengthening regional fisheries management on the high seas – The fight against IUU fishing remains the most important goal
Events
European Fishmeal and Fish Oil Producers’ conference – Comprehensive insight into sustainable industrial fisheries
Guest pages:
 Marija Vuckovic – Climate change a key challenge for Croatian fisheries and aquaculture – Innovative solutions necessary to build resilience

 

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EM3 2022Eurofish Magazine issue 3 2022 looks at the fisheries and aquaculture sector in the Canary Islands, Spain and in Hungary.  Insects as a potential protein source for fish feed covered in the aquaculture section.

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Tuesday, 31 May 2022 12:40

Eurofish Magazine Issue 3 2022 (May / June)

May / June 2022 EUROFISH Magazine 3
Country profiles: Spain and Hungary
Aquaculture: Sustainable, affordable and ethically acceptable - New protein sources for aquaculture feed
Technology:
Cretel celebrates 50 years - Half a century of yield and performance
Species: Pink shrimp, or deep-water rose shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris) - Sought-after crustaceans from the deep waters of the Mediterranean
Events
: Seafood Expo Global and Seafood Processing reopen in Barcelona - Putting the sea into Seafood Expo Global & A conference challenges marine litter - Our oceans are in jeopardy from plastic pollution
Guest pages: Javier Ojeda González-Posada - APROMAR’s research division seeks innovative solutions to challenges facing industry - Ensuring the competitiveness of Spanish aquaculture

 

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EM2 2022Eurofish Magazine issue 2 2022 looks at the fisheries and aquaculture sector in Poland and Estonia.  The set-back to aquaponics is covered in the aquaculture section.

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March / April 2022 EUROFISH Magazine 
Country profiles: Poland and Estonia
Aquaculture: Setback for growth in commercial aquaponics - No organic certifi cation for aquaponic products in the EU
Fisheries:
Green strategies for transforming the global fishing industry - Protecting the climate and the environment is paramount
Events: Seafood Expo Global, IceFish 2022, and  AquaFarm 2022
Guest pages: Jónas Rúnar Viðarsson - Vertical integration of its companies contributes to Iceland’s status as a top-quality supplier - Long and close collaboration between science and industry

 

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Aquaculture congress 2022After the success of the 1st Aquaculture Congress in 2018, the 2nd Aquaculture Congress entitled "Challenges and Prospects for a Blue-Green Aquaculture" is organized by AMBIO SA. (www.ambio.gr) with the support of the Hellenic Organization of Aquaculture Producers - HAPO (www.fishfromgreece.com).

The Congress will take place on 15th and 16th April 2022, at the Megaron Athens International Conference Centre. The main focus of the congress is to highlight the dynamics of the industry in light of the new CFP, the recent developments on EU aquaculture guidelines, the Green Agenda and related initiatives such as "The Mediterranean: a model sea by 2030", where the need for national and international collaborations are emphasized.

The agenda will include the transition to a sustainable and competitive aquaculture, capable of contributing to climate neutrality, zero pollution, the development of the circular economy, ensuring nutritious and healthy food. At the same time, investment opportunities will be highlighted in order to develop a sustainable and competitive fish farming and to promote a spirit of cooperation between European, Mediterranean and Arab countries. This will enhance transnational and cross-sectoral economic cooperation.

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EM1 2022Eurofish Magazine issue 1 2022 looks at the fisheries sector in Denmark, Italy and the Czech Republic.  The role of aquaculture in climate change is featured.

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Tuesday, 22 February 2022 13:30

Eurofish Magazine Issue 1 2022 (January / February)

January / February 2022 EUROFISH Magazine 
Country profiles: Denmark, Italy and Czech Republic
Aquaculture: The role of aquaculture in climate change - Feed and transport are the biggest sources of CO2 emissions
Fisheries:
The fishing sector has a role in Denmark’s ambitious plans to reduce GHGs - Sustainable fuels are critical to a greener fishing fleet
Events: The benefits of Geographical Indications for value-chain sustainability,
Guest pages: David Bassett - EATiP uses its multi-stakeholder membership to drive innovation in European aquaculture - Wide-ranging collaboration to realise aquaculture’s potential

 

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EM6 21 News Int Alltech CoppensAlltech Coppens, a provider of efficient feed solutions for tropical and temperate fish species both marine and freshwater recently expanded its digestibility research facility. The facility is part of the Alltech Coppens Aqua Centre where for more than two decades research on promoting fish health by identifying the precise nutritional requirements of fish has been carried out. This work has led to the formulation of high performance feeds and the development of feeding strategies contributing to the success of fish farmers. The efficiency of the feeds is not the only characteristic to be taken into account. The company also considers the sustainability of its products and by developing a sustainability score for its feeds has been able to categorise them based on their environmental impact. The score is based on a sustainability ranking for all the raw materials used in a particular feed from which a sustainability score for the feed can be calculated. The ranking was developed in collaboration with two Dutch universities, a consultant company, and the database of the Global Feed Life Cycle Assessment Institute. The score reflects the feed’s carbon footprint and its impact based on other environmental aspects, such as water use, eutrophication, and marine resource sustainability. Knowledge of the sustainability of the raw materials will allow the company to make more informed decisions when formulating a feed.

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