The workshop Moving2Gather will take place in France in Montpellier (grande salle de réunion du Centre Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive) from December 18th to 20th 2017. This meeting aims at gathering ecologist, modelers and numerical analysts around the tools dedicated to movement ecology. Registration is free but mandatory.
The Convention on Biodiversity acknowledges the fact that biodiversity is affected by climate change, and that biodiversity, through the ecosystem services it supports, also makes an important contribution to both climate-change mitigation and adaptation.
Aquaculture Europe 2017 will take place in Dubrovnik, Croatia this year. Building on the success of the 2016 version which took place in Edinburgh, the event will host a large number of conferences and events, all covering vastly different areas of the marine sector.
The Aquaculture Innovation Summit is a new conference, as part of the Animal Health Innovation series, which focuses on showcasing and supporting innovation and sustainability initiatives in three key areas of aquaculture: farm management, nutrition and health.
The 15th Conference will follow the format of the preceding 14 successful aquaculture conferences that we have held around the world, over the last 40 years.
The actual conference programmes are never finalised until much nearer the start of each conference. This is to ensure that each program covers the latest, most up to date, most relevant, insurance and risk management issues affecting the industry and its insurers.
ConferenceSeries Ltd will host around 3000+ global events to address the current issues and discoveries in the field of Life sciences, Applied Science & Engineering, Omics and Management, Clinical, Medical and Pharmaceutical sciences.
The Whitefish ShowHow 2017 will bring together leading experts within the aquaculture industry, and processors of both wild and farmed whitefish from all over the world, for an exhibition on the latest advances in fish processing, and how it can advance further in the future.
The annual GOAL (Global Outlook on Aquaculture Leadership) conference is a unique, once-a-year opportunity to learn, network and connect producers and suppliers to the marketplace, all in a business-friendly yet casual environment. Since its inception in 2001, GOAL has evolved into a must-attend conference for the world’s aquaculture thought leaders. GOAL is a pre-competitive event, an opportunity to put day-to-day business aside, bringing together the various segments of industry to discuss shared responsibilities and goals.
Since 2010, the SOS has been the unique gathering of the world’s ocean industries focused on the sustainable development, science and stewardship of the global ocean.
The SOS 2017 will:
– Focus on ocean business community leadership in achieving the U.N. “Ocean” Sustainable Development Goal – SDG 14.
– Develop business growth and investment opportunities in ocean sustainable development.
– Ensure continuity and follow through with the themes, discussions, and outputs previous SOS events.
The holding of this Stakeholder Consultation on Food from the Oceans on 13 November 2017 in Brussels follows the request to SAM to investigate this topic from the Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, via the Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas.
It was taken on board by the Scientific Advice Mechanism of the European Commission (SAM) High Level Group (HLG). The scientific evidence project is supported by the Science Advice for Policy European Academies (SAPEA) Consortium financed through the Horizon 2020 grant 737432.