Sustainable from north to south - four webinars on aquaculture

Last changed: 30 June 2021
Fish and mussel farming in Kristineberg on the Swedish west coast. Photo.

The webinar series "Sustainable from the North to the South" presented different production methods, challenges and opportunities for Swedish aquaculture. The webinars was organised by Landsbygdsnätverket, SLU Aquaculture, SWEMARC and Nationellt Kompetenscentrum för Vattenbruk.

Background

Aquaculture has various conditions in different parts of the country. In northern Sweden, rainbow trout and Arctic charr are farmed in large cages, while in the south there are mainly land-based farming of e.g. tilapia and catfish. In our new webinar series "Sustainable from the North to the South" we look into different production methods, challenges and opportunities for Swedish aquaculture.

Watch the recorded webinars

Listen to researchers and farmers talking about how they work to make Swedish aquaculture even more sustainable. 

#1 - Aquaculture in symbiosis with the agricultural landscape

Date: 2020-09-09
Speakers: Anders Kiessling, SLU and Johan Ljungquist, Gårdsfisk.

More information about the webinar (in Swedish).

Watch the webinar: Aquaculture in symbiosis with the agricultural landscape 
Note: the webinar is in Swedish, the recording is not subtitled, total play time: 60 minutes, the lecture starts after 2:43 minutes.

#2 - Sustainable fish feed of the future

Date: 2020-10-14
Speakers: Markus Langeland, SLU and Friederike Ziegler, RISE.

More information about the webinar (in Swedish).

Watch the webinar: Sustainable fish feed of the future.
Note: the webianr is in Swedish, the recording is not subtitled, total play time: 60 minutes, the lecture starts after 3:56 minutes.

#3 - Fish farming in the northern cultural landscape

Date: 2020-11-04 
Speakers: Anders Kiessling, SLU and Pär Byström, Umeå University.

More information about the webinar (in Swedish).

Watch the webinar: Fish farming in the northern cultural landscape.
Note: the webinar is in Swedish, the recording is not subtitled, total play time: 60 minutes, the lecture starts after 2:35 minutes.

#4 - Land-based RAS produces more Swedish-farmed fish

Date: 2020-11-18
Speakers: Joel Oresten Smögenlax AB and Kristina Snuttan Sandell, University of Gothenburg.

More information about the webinar (in Swedish).

Watch the webinar: Land-based RAS produces more Swedish-farmed fish.
Note: the webianr is in Swedish, the recording is not subtitled, tTotal play time: 60 minutes, the lecture starts after 2:42 minutes.

 

Facts:

SLU Aquaculture is a platform to promote and coordinate aquaculture research and education at SLU. Aquaculture-related research is taking place at all four faculties at SLU. Read more about SLU Aquaculture.

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