Seafood, sustainability and Seaspiracy

Date: 02 December 2021

Time: 18:30 - 19:45

Location: Online

YSLN and 2050 Climate Group members: Register for event
The 2050 Climate Group and Young Seafood Leaders Network (YSLN) are hosting this joint event for their members to explore sustainability in seafood.
Image includes Young Seafood Leaders Network logo and Climate 2050 Group logo

This event is for members of the 2050 Climate Group and the Young Seafood Leaders Network who are keen to explore the controversial Seaspiracy documentary, marine conservation and the seafood sector’s journey for sustainable solutions.

It brings together Young Leaders from across sectors to share points of view, knowledge and ideas. Join us to focus on the future and share perspectives and stories as we work towards a sustainable future.

Event sessions

Responding to Seaspiracy
  • Nadia Laabs
    Young Seafood Leaders Network and SafetyNet Technologies
Why a healthy ocean matters
  • Kim Cooper
    2050 Climate Group and Scottish Water
Q&A Session
Breakout Workshops: "How can we better collaborate to address sustainability challenges in marine ecosystems?"

Register to attend

This event is strictly for Young Seafood Leaders Network and 2050 Climate Group members only. Follow the link below to register on Eventbrite.

Spaces are limited to 40 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

About the Young Seafood Leaders Network

The Young Seafood Leaders Network (YSLN) is a free network and open to aspiring seafood leaders between 25 and 40 years of age who are passionate about their own development and that of the UK seafood industry.

The network is managed by Seafish but run by the members.

Members of the Young Seafood Leaders Network (YSLN) are the future stars of the seafood industry. The YSLN gives members the platform and voice to share ideas and shape the industry.

The 2050 Climate Group

Since 2014, 2050 Climate Group has been working to empower Scotland's young leaders to leading action on tackling the climate crisis. 

Its a youth run and volunteer-led organisation with a team of over 60 volunteers based across Scotland.