Reflections on our podcasts
In this section professionals with different backgrounds will reflect on the podcasts published on the Engage With Oceans website. Describing their main takeaways and insight on the subject.
Why and how to electrify aquaculture If we electrify Norway’s salmon farms, we can save some 375,000 tonnes of CO2 per year, which is the equivalent to the annual CO2 emissions from 200,000 cars. That's according to Benjamin Strandquist, Senior Advisor on Electrification across sectors such as construction, shipping, aquaculture, industry and land-based transportation [...]
Commitment to an ideal often requires financial backing if it is to become a reality. #EngageWithOceans has already hosted some high-flown hopes for the future, but we thought we’d inject a little pragmatism. So, in this edition of the podcast, we thought we’d take a look at “Investing in the Oceans” and, along the [...]
If the #EngageWith Oceans initiative is to meet the challenge we’ve set for it, then it’s important to cast an unblinking eye on a debate about the future, even when that debate lies close to home. Bluegrove, of course, works with the aquaculture sector, but I’d be the last to deny that the industry [...]
Our #EngageWithOceans initiative, which aims to open a wide-ranging dialogue on the future of the world’s oceans is only a few weeks old, but is already bearing fruit. One of the first of our podcasts dealt with the most fundamental of questions, namely whether we should be eating fish at all, if we wish [...]
I am fortunate to spend my working day searching for insight and knowledge that will help improve the health and welfare of fish and other species in aquaculture. However, sometimes I wonder if we’re doing enough to actually save the oceans. I’m a bit of a data geek, so I believe it is important [...]