25-27 April 2023 | Barcelona, Spain

Conference at a Glance

Seafood Expo Global

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Tuesday 26 Apr 2022

11:00 – 12:15

Economic Outlook for 2022
Speaker: Megan Greene, Global Economist, Financial Times Columnist & Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Room CC 5.1

12:45 – 13:45

From Revolution to Evolution: The fishery and Aquaculture Market in a Post Covid-19 World
Moderator: Alessandro Pititto, EUMOFA
Room CC 5.2

Venture Capital and Technologies Advancing the Seafood Industry
Moderator
: Larsen Mettler, S2G Ventures
Room CC 5.3

15:30 – 16:30

How to Measure and Reduce Carbon Emissions in Tropical Aquaculture – Lessons Learned from the IDH Aquaculture Working Group on Environmental Footprint
Moderator:
Lisa Van Wageningen IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative
Room CC 5.2

Omnichannel Retailing: Five Trends Putting the Store at the Center of Retailer Strategies
Moderator:
Jon Wright, IGD
Room CC 5.3

16:45 – 17:45

How to Not Only Set a Climate Target, but Actually Make it Achievable. Lessons from Salmon Aquaculture
Moderator:
Avrim Lazar, GSI
Room CC5.2

Looking Forward: Seafood as Part of the Solution to Food Security and Climate Change
Moderator: Javier Garat, Europeche and ICFA
Room CC 5.3

Wednesday 27 Apr 2022

08:00 – 10:30

Free Sponsored Session: Seafood Futures Forum 2022
Speakers: Justin King, CBE
Rupert Howes, Marine Stewardship Council
Michaela Reischl, Head of CSR, Lidl, Spain
Jose Luis Jaregui, Sutainability Manager, Echebaster
Minna Epps, Director, Global Marine &Polar Programme, UNCN
Natasja Van Den Berg, Moderator
Room CC 4.1

10:30 – 11:30

The GDST and the “New Normal” for Seafood Traceability
Moderator: Greg Brown, GDST
Room CC 5.1

More Reward, Less Risk: Making Transparency on Human Rights The Norm in Seafood Supply Chains
Moderator
: Kristin Sherwood, FishChoice
Room CC 5.2

12:00 – 13:00

Eating up the Oceans – How Do We Save Our Seas?
Moderator:
Jennifer Bushman, Route to Market
Room CC 5.1

Driving Towards Shrimp Sustainability – A French Market Initiative
Moderator:
Florie Hovine, Earthworm Foundation
Room CC 5.2

13:15 – 14:00

Sponsored Presentation: The Hidden Value in the Side-Streams
Speakers:
Grethe Hyldig, The National Food Institute of Denmark
Mehdi Abdollahi, Chalmers University of Technology
Jone Ibarruri, AZTI
Carlos Bald, AZTI

Room CC 5.2

Sponsored Presentation: Sustainable Seafood- How Certification Contributes to Preserve Our Ecosystems and Distinguish Products in the Market
Speakers:
Amanda McCarthy, DNV Business Assurance
Room CC 5.3

15:30 – 16:30

Case Study: Nueva Pescanova and IBM Ensure Traceability and Interoperability Using the GDST Standards
Moderator:
Angel Matamoro, Nueva Pescanova
Room CC 5.1

Key Drivers Shaping Sustainable Value Chains in the Fishing Industry
Moderator: Jennie Rytter, Stora Enso AB
Room CC 5.2

Case Study: IPNLF’s Sourcing Transparency Platform – The Necessity for Transparency in Seafood Supply Chains
Moderator:
Zacari Edwards, International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF)
Room CC 5.3

17:00 – 18:00

International Trade of Fisheries and Aquaculture Products: Current Trends and Opportunities
Moderator: Audun Lem, FAO
Room CC 5.1

Global RFM: Value in Sustainable Seafood Certification
Moderator: Susan Marks, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Room CC 5.2

Is a Meta-Collaboration for the Seafood Industry the Answer
Moderator: Tom Pickerell, Global Tuna Alliance
Room CC 5.3

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