The EAS Board of Directors have decided that our Aquaculture Europe 2020 event cannot go ahead as planned in Cork from September 29 to October 2 this year. There will therefore be no Aquaculture Europe event this year. However, to maintain our commitment to our chosen locations, delegates, exhibitors and attendees, EAS will organise two events in 2021. AE2020 in Cork, Ireland from April 12-15 and AE2021 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal 6 months later from October 5-8.
More information will soon be available on our web site concerning the programme for each event and sessions for online abstract submission. We will also be contacting those that have already submitted abstracts for Cork. New abstracts for both AE2020 Cork and AE2021 Madeira can be submitted online. But please make sure that you are submitting them to the correct event!
Exhibitors that have booked booths in Cork are invited to contact Mario (email above) to confirm your booth and/or make a reservation for a booth in Madeira.
We therefore look forward to welcoming you next year in Cork in April and in Funchal in October!
Gavin Burnell, EAS President 2018-2020.
Herve Migaud (EAS President 2020-2022)
Cork is a maritime city and port situated on Ireland’s south coast. It is located where the wild Atlantic Ocean meets the wandering gulf stream giving rise to clean and productive growing conditions for shellfish, salmon and sea vegetables. Clearly, it is important to get an under-standing of the relationships between offshore upwelling nutrients and land-based enrichment from a rich agricul-tural catchment. Here, where a traditional green econ-omy rubs shoulders with an ever expanding blue one, we can begin to look into the synergies made possible by sharing a productive coastal catchment.
There is now a momentum in all aspects of food produc-tion towards a circular economy whereby we no longer regard waste as a problem to be disposed of, but instead look for ways to make it a resource which can be re-used - thereby closing the loop on aquaculture inputs and outputs and reducing environmental impact.
Aquaculture can take the lead in the Blue - Green Bio-Economy and is well placed to lead by example with new technologies such as land-based marine aquaponics, large-scale recirculating marine farms and innovative, integrated freshwater initiatives on brown field sites. When it comes to having a societal impact, recent re-search has shown that aquaculture products, from sea-weed to salmon, should be included as part of a bal-anced diet from the first 1000 days right through to pro-moting healthy ageing.
This conference will bring together stakeholders from many diverse disciplines to discuss and debate cross cut-ting issues such as new circular economies, life-long health and environmentally sustainable production.
April 2021 Cork, Ireland
To complement the science presented in the parallel sessions of the AE conference, RAS@EAS looks to take a different approach, with the emphasis on bringing together key figures from science and industry to focus on key issues, present the latest knowledge and share experience with different species and systems. Each RAS@EAS event will focus on a specific challenge in RAS systems, with several sub-sessions based on interactive discussion and audience participation.
Find below the accommodation blocked in Cork for Aquaculture Europe 2020. Please book your hotel room directly with the hotel of your choice. For your reservation please mention the special code.Hotel Information