AquaVision 2022 to take place in June
The conference, organized by Skretting, seeks to inspire actors in the entire value chain of aquaculture to work towards a sustainable food system.
AquaVision 2022, the conference organized by Skretting, will take place from June 13 to 15 in Stavanger, Norway. Leaders of the global aquaculture industry will meet in Stavanger for inspiration and insight into the future of blue, sustainable food.
At the conference industry leaders will share the vision, learn how to navigate the future and expand the possibilities of the aquaculture value chain. AquaVision 2022 seeks to inspire actors in the entire value chain of aquaculture to work towards a food system that can sustainably feed a world population that will reach 10 billion by 2050. With global markets increasingly demanding verifiable sustainable and fully traceable products, it is clear that aquaculture has a critical role to play in feeding a fast-growing global population.
In the spirit of AquaVision, the conference will address the profile of sustainable aquaculture with relevant decision makers. The focus will be on sustainability throughout the supply chains, all the way to the consumers’ table.
AquaVision 2022 seeks to challenge leaders from the worlds of business, food, science, policy and academia to share new knowledge, new thinking, new technologies, and discuss how best to deliver tangible, positive action that will meet the blue food demands long into the future.
At this biennial aquaculture business conference, meaningful discussions focus on the challenges and opportunities facing the sector. Recent keynote speakers, including Kofi Annan, Sir Bob Geldof, Lord Sebastian Coe and Ban Ki-moon, are among those to have shared their unique insights with the industry.
For more information and to register, visit www.skretting.com/aquavision.