North Atlantic Seafood Forum 2022
Conference overview

In-Person-Event – Bergen – June 21st – 23rd

Day 1 - track A

10.00 - 13.30 Digital session

Global Aquaculture Summit

“A Global Update on Marine Aquaculture”
By the Institute of Marin Research & NASF

 

14.00 - 16.00 - Digital session

Women in Seafood; Gender equality - key to business success

Organised by NASF

Day 1 - track B

14.00 - 16.00 Digital session

Climate change, carbon footprint and sustainability

Impacts and implications for
the seafood industry

By the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund in cooperation with Sintef Ocean

13.00 - 16.30 Digital session

Seafood Innovation Award 2022

By NCE Seafood Innovation and NASF

 

 

Day 1

Day 1

Global Aquaculture Summit​

10.00 - 13.00
Global Aquaculture Summit - A Global Update on Marine Aquaculture


Introduction: Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, CEO at The Institute of Marine Research

Chair: Dr. Sissel Rogne, Project Director at The Institute of Marine Research

10.00 - 13.00
Global Overviews

Global Overview of Marine Aquaculture

Dr. Manuel Barange, Director, Fisheries Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Marine Aquaculture from an ICES Perspective: What can Science Bring to the Table?

Ann-Lisbeth Agnalt; Scientist at the IMR and Chair of ICES Aquaculture Steering Group

 

Global Initiatives for more Sustainable Aquaculture Production from the Ocean

Livar Frøyland; Programme Director for Safe and Healthy Seafood, IMR

 

Multi-Use of open Ocean Aquaculture Sites: The Untapped Potential for Marine Resources in the Anthropocene

Prof. Dr. Bela H. Buck; Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research

 

10.00 - 13.00
Main challenges for sustainable growth
 
EU strategy for sustainable and competitive aquaculture

Emilia Gargallo Gonzales, Trade Officer European Commission DG MARE

 

Method for Risk Assessment – Fish Welfare and Environmental Impacts

Ellen Grefsrud; Scientist at the IMR and editor of The Risk Assessment Report of Norwegian Fish Farming

 

Aquaculture’s Role in a Regenerative Food System

Erik Jan Lock, Head of Research for Feed and Nutrition at the IMR

 

Carrying Capacity – Limitations for Future Growth

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ramon Filgueira; Marine Affairs Program, Dalhousie University

 

 

GLOBAL G.A.P.: A hollistic assurance module to promote sustainability in the supply chain

Remko Oosterveld, GGN Label Key Account Manager Aquaculture

 

10.00 - 13.00
Future prospects
 
Learnings across Aquacultures

Einar Wathne; Aquaculture investor, adviser and lecturer and Asst. Prof. at NMBU – Norwegian University of Life Sciences

 

How can we Ensure that Ocean Health and Ocean Wealth Go Hand in Hand? A Blue Forest perspective

Cecilie Linn Wathne; project manager Norwegian Blue Forests Network

 

Safe and Healthy Aquatic Food and Climate Change – Implications from a National to a Global Perspective

Monica Sanden; Head of Research for Seafood Hazards at the IMR  

 

Live Streamed Panel debate following the presentation

Moderated by Dr. Sissel Rogne, Project Director at The Institute of Marine Research

Day 1

Climate change, carbon footprint and sustainability

14.00 - 16.00
Welcome

Hans Petter Næs, Communication Director Norwegian Seafood Research Fund FHF

 
Implications from climate change

Olav Sigurd Kjesbu, Principal Scientist Institute of Marine Research

 

Drivers for technology development in Norwegian aquaculture

Trine Thorvaldsen, Senior Research Scientist Sintef Ocean

 

Carbon footprint

Ulf Johansen, Senior Research Scientist, Sintef Ocean

 
Sustainability Reporting for Norwegian Aquaculture using the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

Dorothy Jane Dankel, Senior Research Scientist, Sintef Ocean

 

Intermission Talk

Hans Petter Næs, Communication Director FHF

 
Taxonomy

Daniel Næsse & Kristine Twomey, PwC

 
Demands EU – PEFCR

Henrik Stenwik, Director Healt adn Enviroment The Norwegian Seafood Federation

 
Sustainability: Meeting consumer Demands

Lars Moksness, Analyst Consumer Behaviour Norwegian Seafood Council

 
Closing remarks

Hans Petter Næs, Communcation Director FHF

Day 1

Women in Seafood; Gender equality – key to business success

14.00 - 15.30
Gender equality - key to business success

Chair: Kathleen O. Mathisen – Chief Human Resource Officer, Grieg Seafood ASA.

 
The power of diversity

Sandrine Devillard, Senior Partner McKinsey & Co – Global leader of McKinsey’s Women Matter research program

 
Gender equality on the board of directors

Tomas Thyblad, Vice President, Head of ESG Solutions, European Markets, Nasdaq

 

The Benefits of Leadership Diversity

Andreas Kvame, CEO Grieg Seafood ASA

 

Gender equality and the Learning Organization

Lara Barazi Geroulanou – CEO Kefalonia Fisheries SA. President of Federation of European Aquaculture Producers

 

Diversity as a business enabler

Anne Lorgen Riise, Chief Human Resource Officer, Mowi ASA

15.30 - 16.00
Live panel debate

Moderator: Rachel Mutter, Editor IntraFish Media

Day 1

Seafood innovation award 2022

13.00 - 15.00
Seafood innovation award showcasing
Presentations from cutting-edge startup comapnies within the Seafood Industry and a live voting from the audience on who will be the winner of the Seafood Innovation Award 2022. 

Hosted by Björgólfur Hávarðsson, Innovation Manager at the NCE Seafood Innovation.

 
Tekslo Seafood

TBA

Easy X

Sindre Rongved Hansen, CEO Easy X

Biofeyn

Timothy Bouley, CEO Biofeyn

Softseaweed

TBA

Searas

Eldar Lien, CEO Searas

Wellfish diagnostics

Brian Quinn, Professor & CEO Wellfish Diagnostic

Marea

Julie Encausse, Founder & Director Marea

Submerged

Håvard Lein Braa, Co-founder and CTO Submerged

15.15-16.30
Seafood innovation award speed date
Speed dates where the start-up companies meet potential customers, investors and partners.

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