Key outcomes of IDREEM project presented at Aquaculture Europe 2016

Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) has the potential to deliver greater productivity and reduced environmental impact for the European aquaculture industry. IMTA systems can be environmentally responsible, diverse, profitable and a source of employment in coastal regions across Europe.These are some of the highlights of the special IMTA session held on 21st September at the Aquaculture…

IDREEM project featured on Euronews TV

We are pleased to announce that the IDREEM project is featured in the current edition of the Futuris series and is being broadcasted this week by Euronews TV channel. In this documentary titled A Fresh Splash For Aquaculture,  producer Julián López Gómez interviews our coordinator Adam Hughes (SAMS) about how today’s European aquaculture can become more…

Benchmarking environmental impacts of IMTA

IDREEM partners Angelica Mendoza and Jeroen Guinée from Leiden University-CML took part at the conference organized by the International Society of Industrial Ecology (ISIE) entitled: “Industrial Ecology and Green Transformations” from May 25th to 27th in Bogota, Colombia. This conference gathered academics, industrials and policy makers working on sustainability in various economic sectors from various countries around…

Article: IMTA in Europe – will it work for us?

An article by  IDREEM coordinator Dr. Adam D. Hughes, Scottish Association For Marine Science, was published in the March 2016 edition of Aquaculture Europe Magazine. The article titled “Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture: will it work for us?”, illustrates the lessons learnt from IDREEM in understanding the challenges faced to incorporate IMTA in Europe and overcoming them.…

European public perceptions of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture

A new research paper about the public perception of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture was published in Environmental Science and Policy Journal. The paper titled Navigating uncertain waters: European public perceptions of integrated multi trophic aquaculture (IMTA) was written by IDREEM partners Karen Alexander, Shirra Freeman and Tavis Potts, and provides a European perspective of the general public…

New headquarter for AQUA srl

Last April AQUA srl inaugurated its new headquarters in the port of Lavagna (Genoa, Italy) with new offices, staff rooms for the personnel and subs, cleaning and packaging laboratories for the transport and delivery to resellers, and a large meeting room to host clients, institutions, media as well aso school groups to explain what is…