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Pushing the frontier of aquaculture development with innovation

This webinar summarizes the aquaculture innovations recently documented by FAO in six Asian countries. Its focus is on the contribution of some of the modern technologies in improving traditional systems and practices, and their impacts (economic, environmental and social), apart from upgrading the aquaculture value chain. The webinar highlights some of the eco-friendly aquaculture innovations in China, climate-smart and hygienic fish drying innovation from India, community-based mariculture technologies from Indonesia, sustainable aquaculture innovations from the Philippines, innovations for greener and cleaner aquaculture emerging in Thailand, and the multistage shrimp farming protocols developed in Vietnam. The deliberations at this webinar are also expected to be useful for policymakers, potential donors, and entrepreneurs to identify innovative investment domains for large scale adoption and up scaling in the Asia Pacific region.


Facilitators:
Tipparat Pongthanapanich (FAORAP)
Salin Krishna (AIT)

Resource persons & Presentations

Tipparat Pongthanapanich, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok
Introduction

Salin Krishna, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Adaptability versus flexibility: emerging paradigms of aquaculture innovations in Asia

Shouqi XIE, Institute of Hydrbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan
Productive and eco-friendly aquaculture innovations in China

Kuldeep K. Lal, ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (NBFGR), Lucknow
India’s climate-smart and hygienic fish dryers for possible uptake in South and Southeast Asia

Irzal Effendi, IPB University, Bogor
The community-based mariculture technology innovations in Indonesia

Maria Rowena R. Romana-Eguia, SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department, Philippines
Filipinnovations for sustainable aquaculture

Gridsada Deein, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok
Aquaculture innovations for better environment and livelihoods in Thailand

Phan Thi Van, Research Institute for Aquaculture No.1 (RIA-1), Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hanoi
Innovations in shrimp farming: a successful multiple-stage farming technology in Viet Nam

Q&A
Facilitators

Conclusions and way forward
Facilitators

Tentative date

25 March 2021
14:00 pm (Bangkok Time)
2.5 Hours (Duration)

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Pushing the frontier of aquaculture development with innovation

This webinar summarizes the aquaculture innovations recently documented by FAO in six Asian countries. Its focus is on the contribution of some of the modern technologies in improving traditional systems and practices, and their impacts (economic, environmental and social), apart from upgrading the aquaculture value chain. The webinar highlights some of the eco-friendly aquaculture innovations in China, climate-smart and hygienic fish drying innovation from India, community-based mariculture technologies from Indonesia, sustainable aquaculture innovations from the Philippines, innovations for greener and cleaner aquaculture emerging in Thailand, and the multistage shrimp farming protocols developed in Vietnam. The deliberations at this webinar are also expected to be useful for policymakers, potential donors, and entrepreneurs to identify innovative investment domains for large scale adoption and up scaling in the Asia Pacific region.


Facilitators:
Tipparat Pongthanapanich (FAORAP)
Salin Krishna (AIT)

Tentative date
25 March 2021
14:00 pm (Bangkok Time)
2.5 Hours (Duration)

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