To apply, visit the competition’s webpage, download the application form, fill it out in its entirety, and email it to Dan Lee at [email protected] and Steven Hedlund at [email protected]
2016 Global Aquaculture Innovation Award recipient, Karin Pittman, Professor, University of Bergen, Norway
What’s the prize? Three finalists will be invited (all expenses paid) to GAA’s GOAL 2019 conference in Chennai, India, from Oct. 21 to 24 to present their innovation, with the audience selecting the winner. The finalists will also be featured in GAA’s Global Aquaculture Advocate.
What’s an aquaculture innovation? Examples include technologies that mitigate the occurrence of animal diseases or parasites, or that reduce or eliminate the use of antibiotics to treat animals; technologies that improve production efficiencies at the hatchery or farm levels while mitigating environmental impact; advances in offshore or land-based recirculation technologies; novel feed ingredients; reductions in carbon footprint through improved energy efficiency or regeneration; and social programs designed to improve living and working conditions at the farm or processing levels.
2015 Global Aquaculture Innovation Award recipient, Werner Jost, Director, Camanor Produtos Marinhos Ltda., Brazil
About the Global Aquaculture Alliance
The Global Aquaculture Alliance´s mission is to promote responsible aquaculture practices through education, advocacy and demonstration. For over 20 years, GAA has demonstrated its commitment to feeding the world through responsible and sustainable aquaculture.
GAA provides resources to individuals and businesses worldwide who are associated with aquaculture and seafood; improving production practices through GAA’s partnerships with countries, communities and companies, as well as online learning and groundbreaking journalism that boasts active readership in every country of the world.
In 2012, GAA established the competition to recognize individuals and companies finding new solutions to the key challenges facing aquaculture.
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