Aquaculture, Food Systems and Climate Change

Mar 16, 2021

10:30am – 11:30am CT

In the context of the global climate crisis and the global health crisis, the immense challenge humanity faces is that of transforming our global food systems. Food is simply the biggest lever we have to combat climate change and improve the health and wellbeing of the planet’s growing population. Aquaculture- the farming of aquatic animals and plants, is vital as the planet’s fastest growing food production system. Seafood is one of the healthiest proteins to consume and one of the most efficient and sustainable to produce. Done well, aquaculture can be a powerful force for ecological and social good. The moderated panel of experts will discuss aquaculture’s key role.

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David Kelley

David E. Kelley Productions

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Sarah Redmond

Springtide Seaweed

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Andrew Zimmern

United Nations World Food Programme Goodwill Ambassador

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