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A vision for European aquaculture

A view of European aquaculture and the Aquainnova FP7 project
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Courtney Hough

on 3 March 2014

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Transcript of A vision for European aquaculture

2010
What will European aquaculture look like in 2030?
Spot the gaps - identify the solutions
How to put the solutions into place
Vision for the future
Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda
Building the Action Plan
Our vision for the future
Aquaculture in 2030
What has happened in the last 10 years?
Aquaculture in Europe
EU fish farm production
non-EU European fish farm production
EU fish farm production
Identifying Thematic Areas within the aquaculture value chain
Developing the Vision
Developing ideas and
achieving consensus
through discussion
and debate
Product Quality,
Consumer Safety & Health
Systems & Technology
Managing the Biological Lifecycle
Sustainable Feed Production
Integration with the Environment
Knowledge Management
Aquatic Animal Health & Welfare
Socio-Economics & Management
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Providing the European consumer with desirable products of the highest quality and at an affordable price
Developing and
integrating new technologies within the entire value chain
Establish predictability and
improve output &
performance at
every production
stage of the lifecycle
Genetics
Larvae
Juveniles
(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
Ongrowing
Finding the right balance
Sustainable feeds will make
aquaculture one of the most
efficient producers of high
value food for humans
Aquaculture in 2030 will
produce nutritious food with
less environmental footprints
than any other type of food
production for humans
For successful innovation &
development, knowledge will
be managed effectively -
building human capital and communicating successfully
at all levels
Further improvement will
produce high quality, robust
animals - resulting in increased productivity that builds on the best environmental &
welfare standards
Create governance framework conditions that enable innovative development of sustainable aquaculture and establish a level playing field within and outside Europe
European
(EU) Seafood
Supplies
Fisheries
4.2 Mtons
Aquaculture
1.3 Mtons
Imports
9.4 Mtons
Shellfish
0.6
Fish
0.7
Landings
5.2
Exports
2.1
13 Mton
European Market
9%
28%
a simple background on global food security needs
The need for aquaculture
Need at least 7 million tons more
The European market for seafood
(source: AIPCE, Eurostat, FEAP)
source: FAO
Source: FEAP 2011
Source: FEAP 2011
Source: FAO 2011
Source: FEAP/FAO 2011
Source: FEAP/FAO 2011
Prioritisation
Best RTDi response to answer Vision demands
An example
Research - identified needs
Knowledge - state of the art - impact survey
Interface with policy - governance
All technical leaflets on www.eatip.eu
Common Fisheries Policy
Common Organisation of the Markets
European Maritime & Fisheries Fund
Strategies for the sustainable development of European aquaculture
Fit Aquaculture within European Development strategies
Innovation Union
What do we need from you?
Your questions, opinions and answers
Are these the correct 'Key Goals' and 'sub-goals' for the shellfish sector
Is there anything missing?
What is not relevant?
Shellfish production stable or stagnating? Issues/drawbacks that could affect future development or growth?
Wild spat and hatchery-produced?
Shifts in production? (Oysters to mussels?) Diversification?
Where has diversification been a success?
Consumer Questions
Is shellfish aquaculture providing the products that the consumer wants? and what will the consumer want in 2030?
What is the position of 'shellfish' products in the market? what are the competitive products?
Can the small producer still compete? Niche? Certification?
Production Questions
What are the major issues on shellfish health?
Are there solutions?
What are the new concerns?
Production Questions - Health & Technology
Is new technology needed for the shellfish sector?
What are the major needs?
What holds back new technology?
Position of the business
How will companies be operating in 2030?
Will there still be place for the small firms?
Will markets make it too difficult?
Will EU legislation force it out?
How will the smaller producter function?
Contract growing for bigger companies?
Within niche markets?
In cooperation with others (coops, POs)?
Best options?
Position in society
Recognition of positive environmental services

Generational change
Is this an issue for the shellfish sector?
Is this activity a good, attractive career option for young people?
How to get good people into the business?
Can they enter the business as entrepreneurs?
Access and use of knowledge
What knowledge do you need?
How to assure the best technology transfer?
National, regional, European approach?
Official networks? 'Corporate' service support?
Skill development
What are the main needs?
What is missing in your access to knowledge?
What are the possibilities for growth?
If fisheries remain stable
and we target EU import level at 50% of needs,
we need 3.6 Mtons from aquaculture.
= an extra 2.25 Mtons in 20 years
= 3.3% annual growth rate
What are the implications?
Non-food
1.0
63%
Changes in last 20 years
Action Plan - Lots of questions
Where can development take place?
At what level?
What does successful development need?
What will the impacts be?
What will the benefits be?
Example
The Mediterranean
Jobs, added value...
Contributions to local economies
and also
High quality, nutritious food
Import reduction - food security
Dynamic component of bioeconomy
high potential for innovation
e.g. bio-active compounds from micro-algae
Production 2010 = 230,000 tons
Target = 690,000 tons in 20 years
An extra 460,000 tons
50% from productivity increase
50% from new farms
New farms = 133 hectares of cages
= 6 airport runways
need 1,330 hectares of sea space
= 0.0005% of surface
require <800,000 tons of feeds
Create an extra 9,200 jobs
3,500 jobs on farm
4,000 in 'added-value'
1,700 upstream/downstream
€1.6 billion value (current)
5% of imports (current)
offsets EU protein deficit (72%)
Combining aquaculture with European priorities
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 2: Technology & Systems
% Votes
4: Ensure ethical and
healthy production of fish
3: Ensure profitability through
improved management
and technology
2: Develop efficient
technologies to support growth
1: Ensure environmentally-
sustainable industry
by innovation
5: Ensure production of
safe high quality
aquaculture products
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 4: Sustainable Feeds
% Votes
4: Use advanced methods
to understand and
model nutr. responses
3: Understand & minimise
negative effects
of alternative diets
2: Advance feed technologies
for cost effective
quality feeds
1: Formulation of feeds on
solid knowledge &
sust. raw materials
5: Resolve strategic
research problems
in fish nutrition
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 5: Integration with Environment
% Votes
4: Interactions
of farmed
and wild stocks
3: Fate of persistent
agents in ecosystem
2: Technology to
minimise biogenic
waste outputs/impacts
1: Biogenic waste
assimilation
in ecosystems
5: Tools for
environmental
governance
6: Public perception
of aquaculture
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 1: Product quality,
Consumer Safety & Health - % Votes
4: Better understand
consumer perceptions
3: Deliver high quality
aquaculture products
2: Ensure the continuing safety
of aquaculture products
1:Maximise the health benefits
of aquaculture products
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 3: Biological Lifecycle
% Votes
4: Manage life-cycle of
selected 'new species'
3: Improve broodstock
management methods
2: Genetic improvement
of traits
1:Establish predictability
and improve output
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 7: Aquatic Animal
Health & Welfare - % Votes
4: Measure welfare and incorporate as core component of BAP
3: Use/develop best practice to optimise treatment efficacy
2: Apply epidemiological principles to reduce disease threats
1: Improve fish health through understanding - vaccines….
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 8: Socio-Economics
& Management
4: Realising economies of scale
3: Assuring resilience, adaptability, image, consumer acceptance
2: Enabling environment for innovation
1: Ensure good governance –
level playing field
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 6: Knowledge Management
% Votes
4: Foster and build human capital in European aquaculture
3: Assure good reputation of aquaculture, communicate role in society
2: Assure availability/use of aq. research infrastructures
1: Manage knowledge effectively
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Freshwater Coldwater Mediterranean
Fish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Freshwater Coldwater Mediterranean
Fish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Consultation workshops
Held with >40participants/workshop, drawn from producers, research, representative and administrative backgrounds
Freshwater – Warsaw – June 2011
Coldwater marine – Oslo – September 2011
Mediterranean – Madrid – November 2011
Shellfish – Bordeaux – February 2012
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Freshwater Coldwater Mediterranean
Fish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Views on aquaculture development
In Europe
At the global level
plus
Position of imported seafood
plus
Propositions for aquaculture
New species
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
European view - Global development
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
European view - Global development
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Position of imports in 2030?
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Overall assessment: TA priorities
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 4: Sustainable Feeds
Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 6: Knowledge Management
Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – Freshwater
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Views on aquaculture development
Perceptions of how aquaculture will be perceived as by society in 2030
Perceptions on balance of activities and operations in 2030
Perceptions on how husbandry/management will be done in 2030
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Shellfish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Shellfish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Visions for development - Europe
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Position of imports in 2030?
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Propositions for aquaculture development in Europe
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
New species
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Results from Aquainnova workshops
Prioritisation of Goals within Thematic Areas
Prioritisation of Thematic Area Goals
for Freshwater, Coldwater marine & Mediterranean fish farming
as % votes within a Thematic Area
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 1: Product quality,
Consumer Safety & Health - Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 2: Technology & Systems
Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 3: Biological Lifecycle
Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 5: Integration with Environment
Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 7: Aquatic Animal
Health & Welfare - Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
TA 8: Socio-Economics
& Management - Summary
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Results from Aquainnova workshops
Ranking of Goals
for Freshwater, Coldwater marine & Mediterranean fish farming
Averaged for all workshops
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – Coldwater
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – Mediterranean
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – Shellfish
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – All fish workshops
Copenhagen 22 May 2011
EFARO AGM
Aquainnova consultation
Workshop Results
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Shellfish Farming
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Visions for development - Europe
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Visions for development - Region
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Propositions for aquaculture development in Europe
Copenhagen22 May 2012
EFARO AGM
Priority Ranking – Common components
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