Seafarming Tomorrow<br />A License to Produce?<br />Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portuga...
A License to Produce ?<br />By Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR <br />
Seafarming Tomorrow<br />A License to Produce?<br />Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portuga...
What’s APROMAR?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
APROMAR<br /><ul><li> Spanish Marine Aquaculture Producer’s Association
 45 000 t.  Sea bream, turbot, sea bass, meagre, etc.
 Producer’s Organisation (OP-30)
 With a strong European approach </li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
APROMAR<br />Objectives<br /><ul><li> Improve the competitiveness of our members
 Promote responsible attitudes for the sustainable development of aquaculture
 Represent the profession
 Communicate</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
APROMAR<br />Participation<br /><ul><li> In all Spanish forums related to aquaculture
 FEAP
 EU institutions (ACFA/EP/EESC)
 FAO
 Technological Platforms</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
EU Aquaculture:<br />Quo Vadis?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Quo Vadis?<br />The EU aquaculture industry is sinking... <br />and few seem to notice!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Port...
Quo Vadis?<br /><ul><li> Politicians still speak about a promising industry
 Fish markets are full with aquatic products, many coming from aquaculture
Research institutes in Europe continue developing powerful aquaculture projects</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. P...
Quo Vadis?<br /><ul><li> Restaurants accept aquaculture products as “normal”
European processors & retailers realise the advantages of aquaculture products
 Doctors continue recommending the consumption of more aquatic products</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal....
The potential of EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> Entrepreneurial capacity of EU fish farmers
 Knowledge & technological edge
 Superior professional skills
 Cutting-edge research sector</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
The potential of EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> The EU is one of the main seafood markets
 Capture fisheries landings continue declining
 EU waters have the capacity to hold (much) larger aquaculture productions
The environmental awareness of EU aquaculture producers is high</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. Septemb...
EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> A modern and technological industry, though artisanal care
 By 2000 was harvesting more than 1.4 million t
 Market value of over 2.5 billion Euros
 Provides 60 000 jobs & new business opportunit.</li></ul>But growth stopped after 2000!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Por...
EU aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
EU aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
3.3%<br />3.0%<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
-1.2%<br />3.3%<br />-1.9%<br />0.5%<br />3.0%<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010...
World aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
World aquaculture production<br />6.3%<br />3.8%<br />9.3%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 20...
EU aquaculture<br />“A shrimp that doesn’t swim gets swept away by the current”<br />Today EU aquaculture is a non-swimmin...
Consequences of this situation<br /><ul><li> Growing aquatic products trade deficit (2009)</li></ul>CatchesAquacultureNon-...
Consequences of this situation<br /><ul><li> Growing aquatic products trade deficit
 Shrinking industry network
 The EU is wasting an important economic opportunity
 A source of quality employment misses to deliver its potential
EU food security base weakens</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
EU aquaculture<br />“Stop dedicating so much effort (and money) on capture fisheries. It’s a sunset industry...<br />Pay m...
EU aquaculture<br />Unfortunately, we have gone directly from dawn to sunset without enjoying nice afternoons.<br />Aquacu...
Why is this happening?<br />Consumer rejection?<br />Imports?<br />Fish diseases?<br />Low market prices?<br />An image pr...
EU aquaculture<br />No. The most important cause is (believe me) …<br />the restriction on the availability of appropriate...
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Physical conditions<br /><ul><li> Always close to the waterfront
 Relatively protected from the sea energy
 A port in the vicinity
 Space in harbours for ancillary activities</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Environmental conditions<br /><ul><li> Good water quality
 Suitable for the biological requirements of fish
 Local carrying capacity must be respected
 Basic fish health considerations
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  1. 1. Seafarming Tomorrow<br />A License to Produce?<br />Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  2. 2. A License to Produce ?<br />By Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR <br />
  3. 3. Seafarming Tomorrow<br />A License to Produce?<br />Javier Ojeda<br />APROMAR<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  4. 4. What’s APROMAR?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  5. 5. APROMAR<br /><ul><li> Spanish Marine Aquaculture Producer’s Association
  6. 6. 45 000 t. Sea bream, turbot, sea bass, meagre, etc.
  7. 7. Producer’s Organisation (OP-30)
  8. 8. With a strong European approach </li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  9. 9. APROMAR<br />Objectives<br /><ul><li> Improve the competitiveness of our members
  10. 10. Promote responsible attitudes for the sustainable development of aquaculture
  11. 11. Represent the profession
  12. 12. Communicate</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  13. 13. APROMAR<br />Participation<br /><ul><li> In all Spanish forums related to aquaculture
  14. 14. FEAP
  15. 15. EU institutions (ACFA/EP/EESC)
  16. 16. FAO
  17. 17. Technological Platforms</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  18. 18. EU Aquaculture:<br />Quo Vadis?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  19. 19. Quo Vadis?<br />The EU aquaculture industry is sinking... <br />and few seem to notice!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  20. 20. Quo Vadis?<br /><ul><li> Politicians still speak about a promising industry
  21. 21. Fish markets are full with aquatic products, many coming from aquaculture
  22. 22. Research institutes in Europe continue developing powerful aquaculture projects</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  23. 23. Quo Vadis?<br /><ul><li> Restaurants accept aquaculture products as “normal”
  24. 24. European processors & retailers realise the advantages of aquaculture products
  25. 25. Doctors continue recommending the consumption of more aquatic products</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  26. 26. The potential of EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> Entrepreneurial capacity of EU fish farmers
  27. 27. Knowledge & technological edge
  28. 28. Superior professional skills
  29. 29. Cutting-edge research sector</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  30. 30. The potential of EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> The EU is one of the main seafood markets
  31. 31. Capture fisheries landings continue declining
  32. 32. EU waters have the capacity to hold (much) larger aquaculture productions
  33. 33. The environmental awareness of EU aquaculture producers is high</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  34. 34. EU aquaculture<br /><ul><li> A modern and technological industry, though artisanal care
  35. 35. By 2000 was harvesting more than 1.4 million t
  36. 36. Market value of over 2.5 billion Euros
  37. 37. Provides 60 000 jobs & new business opportunit.</li></ul>But growth stopped after 2000!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  38. 38. EU aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  39. 39. EU aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  40. 40. 3.3%<br />3.0%<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  41. 41. -1.2%<br />3.3%<br />-1.9%<br />0.5%<br />3.0%<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  42. 42. World aquaculture production<br />3.8%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  43. 43. World aquaculture production<br />6.3%<br />3.8%<br />9.3%<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  44. 44. EU aquaculture<br />“A shrimp that doesn’t swim gets swept away by the current”<br />Today EU aquaculture is a non-swimming shrimp.<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  45. 45. Consequences of this situation<br /><ul><li> Growing aquatic products trade deficit (2009)</li></ul>CatchesAquacultureNon-food uses<br />Supply<br />ImportsExports<br />Total consumption<br /> AIPCE<br />4.98 Mt1.40 Mt-1.10 Mt<br />5.28 Mt<br />9.51 Mt-1.99 Mt<br />12.80 Mt<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  46. 46. Consequences of this situation<br /><ul><li> Growing aquatic products trade deficit
  47. 47. Shrinking industry network
  48. 48. The EU is wasting an important economic opportunity
  49. 49. A source of quality employment misses to deliver its potential
  50. 50. EU food security base weakens</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  51. 51. EU aquaculture<br />“Stop dedicating so much effort (and money) on capture fisheries. It’s a sunset industry...<br />Pay more attention to aquaculture, a dawning industry”. <br />Richie Flynn (2005)<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  52. 52. EU aquaculture<br />Unfortunately, we have gone directly from dawn to sunset without enjoying nice afternoons.<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  53. 53. Why is this happening?<br />Consumer rejection?<br />Imports?<br />Fish diseases?<br />Low market prices?<br />An image problem?<br />Environmental-NGO pressure?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  54. 54. EU aquaculture<br />No. The most important cause is (believe me) …<br />the restriction on the availability of appropriate sites!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  55. 55. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  56. 56. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  57. 57. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  58. 58. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  59. 59. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  60. 60. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  61. 61. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  62. 62. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  63. 63. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  64. 64. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  65. 65. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  66. 66. Why is this restriction relevant?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  67. 67. Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  68. 68. Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Physical conditions<br /><ul><li> Always close to the waterfront
  69. 69. Relatively protected from the sea energy
  70. 70. A port in the vicinity
  71. 71. Space in harbours for ancillary activities</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  72. 72. Why are aquaculture sites so special?<br />Environmental conditions<br /><ul><li> Good water quality
  73. 73. Suitable for the biological requirements of fish
  74. 74. Local carrying capacity must be respected
  75. 75. Basic fish health considerations
  76. 76. Limited presence of predators</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  77. 77. But why can’t we access these sites?<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  78. 78. But why can’t we access these sites?<br />They are in public domain areas<br /><ul><li> Require obtaining governmental leases
  79. 79. Procedures are cumbersome, long & expensive
  80. 80. Numerous public offices involved
  81. 81. Other citizens have a saying
  82. 82. Competition from other uses</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  83. 83. But why can’t we access these sites?<br />We do not face technically insoluble problems, it’s worse...<br />… we face anadministrative/political problem!<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  84. 84. Mounting problems…<br /><ul><li> Lengthy biological cycles require lengthy leases
  85. 85. Inadequate relations between administrations
  86. 86. One-stop-shop isn’t enough
  87. 87. Widespread ignorance on what aquaculture is
  88. 88. Authorities give in with respect to other interests</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  89. 89. Mounting problems…<br />And (never forget) we are in the EU<br /><ul><li> We suffer a legislative volcano
  90. 90. Our society exaggerates the value of landscape (more valued than Sustainability)
  91. 91. We suffer the NIMBY syndrome </li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  92. 92. The solutions<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  93. 93. The solutions<br />IUCN-FEAPGuide 2 for the Sustainable Development of Mediterranean Aquaculture<br />Aquaculture Site Selection & Site Management<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  94. 94. The solutions<br />Sorry, too long for this presentation…<br />… you may read the guidehttp://data.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/2009-032.pdf<br />… or ask François Simard, that comes up here next<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  95. 95. The solutions<br />Concepts<br /><ul><li> The importance of knowledge
  96. 96. The participatory approach
  97. 97. Social acceptability
  98. 98. The precautionary principle
  99. 99. The scale approach
  100. 100. The adaptive approach
  101. 101. Economic aspects</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  102. 102. The solutions<br />Frameworks<br /><ul><li> The importance of governance
  103. 103. The legal framework
  104. 104. Administrative procedures
  105. 105. Sectoral planning
  106. 106. Private sector organizations</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  107. 107. The solutions<br />Methods<br /><ul><li> Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM)
  108. 108. The site selection process
  109. 109. The ecosystem approach</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  110. 110. The solutions<br />Tools<br /><ul><li> Carrying capacity, indicators and models
  111. 111. Environmental impact assessment (EIA)
  112. 112. Environmental monitoring programme (EMP)
  113. 113. Geographical information systems (GIS)</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  114. 114. The big picture:<br />SUSTAINABILITY<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  115. 115. The 3 pillar Sustainability<br /><ul><li> Environmental
  116. 116. Social
  117. 117. Economical</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  118. 118. But there is a 4th pillar...<br />Administrative, regulatory and political issues...<br />“GOVERNANCE”<br />Sustainability 4<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  119. 119. Governance<br />The manner in which authority is exercised in the management of an economic resource(adapted from FAO)<br />“Governance” derives from the Greek verb κυβερνάω [kubernáo] which means to steer<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  120. 120. Governance<br />Rule of law and adequate legislative frameworks Official rules & regulations (“hard laws”)<br /><ul><li> Transparent
  121. 121. Equitable
  122. 122. Predictable
  123. 123. Enforceable</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  124. 124. Governance<br />+ other indirect instruments (“soft laws”)To support & encourage entrepreneurship:<br /><ul><li> Leveling of the playing field
  125. 125. Integrated zone management
  126. 126. Vigilance of fair competition (value chain)
  127. 127. Mitigation policies against market failures
  128. 128. Implementation of compulsory labelling</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  129. 129. Governance<br />+ other indirect instruments (“soft laws”)To support & encourage entrepreneurship:<br /><ul><li> Supporting focused RTDi
  130. 130. Appropriate incentives
  131. 131. Proportionate taxes & fees
  132. 132. Encouraging BMP</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  133. 133. Governance<br />Good Governance requires intelligent planning, coordination and constructive work<br />Poor Governance is the result of political idleness and uncoordinated administration<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  134. 134. Governance<br />“If someone does not know to which port he is sailing, no wind is ever favourable”<br />Seneca (circa 300 BC)<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  135. 135. <ul><li> Which is the food supply model EU wants?
  136. 136. Where does the EU want to go with respect to aquaculture?
  137. 137. Does it know?
  138. 138. Does it care?</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  139. 139. <ul><li> Does the EU want to strongly depend on imported aquatic products?
  140. 140. Which is the appropriate balance between EU production & imports? 65%? 85%? 95%?
  141. 141. Organic and low level proximity productions are excellent but not enough
  142. 142. Conventional intensive aquaculture production isn’t necessarily incompatible with sustainability
  143. 143. Environmental regulations shouldn’t suffocate responsible producers</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  144. 144. It’s becoming impossible to compete with underpriced imports <br /><ul><li> EU producers have to add more costs: social welfare, environmental, animal welfare, e.g.
  145. 145. Third countries are also losers (unpaid negative externalities)
  146. 146. Exporters & traders are those that benefit from this unfair situation</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  147. 147. [2002] A Strategy for the Sustainable Development of European Aquaculture<br /><ul><li> The fist document of its type at EU level
  148. 148. But too weak
  149. 149. Approached aquaculture with precaution & fears
  150. 150. Too few proactive measures to invest, produce & promote
  151. 151. And a strong environmental precautionary approach</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  152. 152. [2009] A New Impetus for the Strategy for the Sustainable Development of European Aquaculture<br /><ul><li> Better focused
  153. 153. Accurately diagnosis the situation
  154. 154. Aims at growth, competitiveness, investment, innovation in a sustainable way</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  155. 155. [2009] A New Impetus for the Strategy …<br />Promotion of competitiveness<br /><ul><li> A diverse aquaculture industry
  156. 156. Supported by research and technology
  157. 157. Covering the whole supply chain
  158. 158. Meeting consumer demands
  159. 159. Image improvement</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  160. 160. [2009] A New Impetus for the Strategy …<br />Sustainable “growth”<br /><ul><li> High level of protection of the environment
  161. 161. Consumer health
  162. 162. Consumer safety
  163. 163. Animal welfare</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  164. 164. [2009] A New Impetus for the Strategy …<br />Improving Governance<br /><ul><li> Role of national/regional authorities
  165. 165. A level-playing field in the EU market
  166. 166. Better implementation of EU legislation</li></ul> ***<br /><ul><li> Reduction of the administrative burden
  167. 167. Equal competitor in terms of space
  168. 168. Compatibilities & synergies with other activities</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  169. 169. Final remarks<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  170. 170. The time for action is now!<br /><ul><li> Aquaculture in the EU risks becoming an insignificant activity
  171. 171. The recommendations of the new Strategy are correct but must be put into practice now (at all levels)
  172. 172. Revision of the CFP, Market Policy and Structural Funds</li></ul>Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  173. 173. “Successful aquaculture nations have availability of sites, favourable legislation and political will”<br />Bjorn MyrsethAquaculture Europe 2005<br />Aquaculture Europe 2010. Porto. Portugal. September 7th 2010<br />
  174. 174. Thanks for your attention<br />Sponsors of APROMAR<br />

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