TW 2 | Restorative Aquaculture | Theoretical II
Experience the transformative potential of Restorative Aquaculture in harmony with FAO’s Blue Transformation and GFCM 2030 Strategy. Led by experts in restorative practices, this event explores cutting-edge techniques to foster ecological balance and revitalize aquatic habitats. Through inspiring case studies of successful projects, we will discover the untapped potential of sustainable aquaculture, aligning with FAO’s vision for a thriving ocean ecosystem. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a conservation enthusiast, this workshop offers valuable insights into reshaping the future of aquaculture in line with the FAO’s objectives.
|Arnold Rakaj||Low trophic species: potential for use in IMTA systems of sea cucumber in the Mediterranean Sea – View Presentation|
|Valerio Zupo||Sea urchins and ecosystem services: a case study on aquaculture of Paracentrotus lividus and its restorative applications – View Presentation|
|Raul Rincones||Seaweed farming: technology and innovation – View Presentation|
|John Theodorou||Evaluating the potential of restorative aquaculture in response to Pinna nobilis mass mortality event in the Med Sea – View Presentation|
|Ahmed Souki||Restoration of Biodiversity with Palm Reefs – View Presentation|