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Let’s Talk: The seafood sector’s contribution to healthier and more sustainable food systems

Join Food Nation’s Global Food Talk online on June 8 from 10.00 am (DK time), where you will meet leading high-level profiles from the fisheries, aquaculture and research industries. 

People around the world share a common need for safe, nutritious, and reliable food. With a world population expected to reach 10 billion people by 2050, we face a major challenge in providing safe and healthy sources of protein as part of a stable and sustainable food system that can supply current and future generations. 

The developments and innovations happening in the seafood sector these days may be an important driver towards a more sustainable food system. 

This Global Food Talk highlights where and how the fishing-, aquaculture- and processing sectors can be significant drivers towards securing a reliable and sustainable supply of seafood to consumers worldwide.  

The main question for this talk is: How can the seafood sector contribute to healthier and more sustainable food systems? 

Programme

  • Welcome
    Lise Walbom, CEO, Food Nation
  • Key-note Speech
    Manuel Barange, Director of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Division at FAO
  • Fireside talk 1: How do we ensure sufficient sources of protein for everyone?
    Jens Kjerulf Petersen, Head of Section at Institute of Aquatic Resources, DTU AQUA
    Liselotte Hohwy Stokholm, CEO, Tænketanken Hav / Think tank Ocean Institute
  • Fireside talk 2: How can innovative solutions in the seafood sector drive the transformation towards a safe and reliable food system for current and future generations?
    Paw Petersen, CEO at Oxyguard 
    Hanne Kvist, Director Group Market Development & Marketing
    at Royal Greenland
  • Wrap up
    Lise Walbom, CEO, Food Nation

Why join?

Join Food Nations Global Food Talk about the seafood sector to gain knowledge on game-changing solutions, scalable actions, and partnership models for sustainable development, be inspired by international stakeholders focusing on sustainable and circular food solutions for all and become motivated to take action toward the 2030-agenda. 

Global Food Talks is contributing to the international debate and will be held in conjunction with UN’s World Ocean Day on June 8th 

This collective effort across 150 countries makes World Ocean Day one of the most significant days in the UN calendar. 

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