Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling’s The Big Fish Series

The Big Fish Series are one hour, online seminars brought to you by the Institute of Aquaculture. The purpose of this series is to highlight Seafood’s Roles in Sustainable Food Systems.

The seminars will offer a moderated panel discussion on topics relevant to aquaculture with the interactive engagement of a virtual audience.

ALT Seafood – A sustainable food future?

Co-hosted with WorldFish 9th December 2020.

Impacts of Covid-19 on Seafood Value Chains 

Co-hosted with Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future 11th February.

Is aquaculture breaking into the global food system?

Co-hosted with Center on Food Security and the Environment (FSE), Stanford University 30th March.

Is governance the missing ingredient for sustainable aquaculture?

Co-hosted with Wageningen University & Research, 12th May.

Blue Food: A Food Systems Solution?

Co-hosted with the Stockholm Resilience Centre 29th September 2021 12:00-13:00 (BST).

Next seminar: Can you eat the whole fish?

Co-hosted with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice 19th January 2022 12:00-13:00 (GMT)

Next seminar: Focusing on Seafood in the UK diet: nurturing individual, community & planetary health

An ARCH UK supported workshop to inform future policy and practice: 23rd-24th June, University of Stirling

Theme by the University of Stirling