Abstract submission still open for World Aquaculture 2021
Deadline for abstract submission is May 1 and special registration rates are still available for WA2021 that will take place in Merida, Mexico from May 24-27, 2022.
World Aquaculture 2021 (WA2021) will take place in Merida, Mexico from May 24-27, 2022 and will combine Latin American & Caribbean Aquaculture 2022 with the international WAS event.
WA2021 will host technical and academic sessions, an investment forum, and plenary sessions with international guests from FAO and Jim Sutter, CEO of USSEC. Experts are also invited to discuss topics such as climate change, aquaculture in territorial economies, the resilience of aquaculture to external changes, aquaculture on the high seas, the role of women in aquaculture and land use planning and zoning.
Submission of abstracts is still open. Deadline is May 1. Special registration rates are available until May 15. For more information, contact Carolina Amézquita, email@example.com. For trade shows and sponsorships, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.was.org.
WAS North America & Aquaculture Canada 2022
The Aquaculture Canada and WAS North America 2022 in-person conference is officially set to take place from August 15-18, 2022, at St. John’s Convention Centre, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. A partnership between the Aquaculture Association of Canada (AAC), World Aquaculture Society (WAS) and the Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association (NAIA), the conference will bring key global aquaculture players together in Newfoundland and Labrador.
With eight conference rooms, the three-day conference program will include all aspects of aquaculture from farm to table.
For more information, visit www.was.org or contact Joanne Burry, email@example.com, Roberta Collier, firstname.lastname@example.org or Mario Stael, email@example.com.
Aquaculture Europe 2022
The European event will take place in Rimini, Italy from September 27-30, 2022 under the theme Innovative solutions in a changing world. Traditional and emerging blue economy sectors in the Adriatic, Mediterranean and water bodies throughout Europe are expected to grow and expand over the few next years and sustainably contribute to food production, biofuel and clean energy. Nevertheless, there is clear evidence that within ten years, the coastal and marine environments will change for sea acidification and warming, sea-level rise and coastal erosion and all water bodies will be affected by flooding, eutrophication and pollution, with important effects on ecosystem services, fish and shellfish stocks and food security. How aquaculture is facing these challenges, and the solutions put in place to develop a sustainable, responsible and productive and climate-neutral European aquaculture sector for key marine and freshwater fish, shellfish and algal species are the main themes for AE2022 event in Rimini.
The AE2022 parallel sessions will cover the full scope of European aquaculture scientific disciplines and species and will comprise submitted oral and poster presentations. AE2022 will also host an international trade exhibition, industry forum, student sessions and activities, satellite workshops and updates on EU research.
To submit abstracts and for more information, visit www.aquaeas.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Aquaculture Singapore
World Aquaculture Singapore 2022 (WASingapore2022), Asia’s leading international conference and exhibition on aquaculture, will be taking place as planned in Singapore from November 29 to December 2, 2022, in person. Over 200 exhibitors have already signed up in a strong show of confidence and support for the event and the industry. Registration for the conference is open with early bird categories still available. The deadline for abstract submissions and call for papers has been extended to September 1, 2022.
More information here.