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ACIG. Notes on bite-size meeting. Aquaculture responses to the climate change crisis. 8 September 2021.This meeting looked at integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) in the context of ecosystem services and climate change, with a practical UK example of it being adopted. A feed manufacturer showed their work to reduce their environmental footprint.
This factsheet provides a summary of the performance of ambient, shelf stable seafood in the multiple retail seafood market up to July 2021.
Kyla Orr, Kelp Crofting and Alexandra Bulgakova, University of Stirling spoke about a new IMTA project reporting its first seaweed harvest.
James Deverill talked about how the Cargill SeaFurther™ Sustainability Programme is reducing aquaculture’s environmental footprint.
Julie Carlton, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) talked about implementation of ILO 188 in the UK.
Colleen Theron from Ardea International described the legislative human rights due diligence landscape.
Max Schmid from the Environmental Justice Foundation, and Huw Thomas, Pew Trusts talked about the new implementation guidance to support the PAS 1550:2017.
August news alert sent to ACIG subscribers on 2 September 2021.
August news alert sent to CLG subscribers on 9 September 2021.
August news alert sent to FMIG subscribers on 26 August 2021.
Dr Thierry Chopin, University of New Brunswick spoke about Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA), seaweeds, ecosystem services, climate change: how do we translate a moment into a momentum beyond the present hype?
This guidance is for UK seafood businesses to help them comply with new legislation on allergen labelling from 01 October 2021.