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AQUA 2024

Aquatic food is a major component of our food future, and Blue Food from all species in marine and freshwater production, is rightly in the spotlight for its potential to provide healthy, tasty and highly nutritious food for the planet.

Food systems transfomation is a crucial requirement to mitigate climate impacts and offer enhanced food safety and security to billions. Aquaculture has demonstrated its resilience to change and is increasingly recognised for its environmental responsibility, reduced footprint and high efficiency in protein transformation and provision.

As our knowledge increases, so does our potential ability to offer Green Solutions throughout the aquaculture (and seafood) value chain. These solutions need not only to be financially feasible, they must also be based on the intelligent and sustainable utilisation of resources to maintain a measurable and limited footprint.

Blue Food production must grow. Green Solutions will help it to do so.
AQUA 2024 will take place from August 26-30 in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. It will comprise a scientific conference, trade exhibition, industry forums, workshops, student events and receptions. The event will highlight the latest aquaculture research and innovation to underpin continued growth of this exciting food production sector.

It will be a showcase for Denmark, and its innovation leadership in several key technologies crucial for future aquaculture, but also a meeting and exchange platform for experts from around the world.

The AQUA events are co-organised by the European Aquaculture Society (EAS) and the World Aquaculture Society (WAS) and are held every six years. Past events were held in Nice (2000), Florence (2006), Prague (2012) and Montpellier (2018).

26 - 30

August 2024 Copenhagen, Denmark

Blue Food, Green Solutions

Plenary Speakers


Dag Sletmo

Senior Vice President DNB

Dag Sletmo

Senior Vice President DNB

Dag Sletmo is a Senior Vice President in the seafood division in DNB. DNB is the leading bank in Norway and the largest bank globally in salmon farming with clients in Norway, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Scotland, Canada, Chile and Australia.

Prior to joining DNB, Dag worked in Cermaq, the global salmon farmer, and ABG Sundal Collier, a Nordic investment bank.

He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York and has studied economics and philosophy at NHH and UiB in Bergen.

Official Sponsors

Blue Aqua
Grand Aqua
Merck Animal Health
US Soy
	Acuicola industria
	Hatchery international RAS Tec
	International aquafeed magazine
	International aquafeed magazine
	Mis peces
	Pesce Inrete
Fish Farmer
Fish Farming Expert

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All participants are required to pay their own accommodation and travel expenses



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