World Aquaculture 2017 is going to take place in Cape Town (South Africa) from 26 June to 30 June. The conference’s sessions will address some of the most burning issues of this industry sector such as fisheries and aquaculture policies, sustainable aquaculture, climate change and environment, technology, offshore aquaculture, health and biosecurity and functional foods, among many others.
Running alongside the conference there will be other side events such as workshops focused on aquaponics, biofloc and biosecurity.
The XII edition of the World Bio Markets Amsterdam will be opening on 27 March next. Across three days, until 29 March, all stakeholders, from biofuels, biomass and bio-chemical producers, policymakers, banks and distributors to supply change and materials managers, start-ups, biotech, transport and logistics companies, investors and more, will have the opportunity to meet and discuss the latest advances in this industry field.
The conference’s agenda includes topics such as biofuels, bio-chemicals, bio-power applications, emerging business, food and bio-based research, transport and environment and the bio-economy of tomorrow, among many others.
The Scottish Renewables 2017 Annual Conference will be opening in Edinburgh (UK) the coming March 21st under the motto “Scotland’s Energy Evolution”. During two days, the 21st and 22nd of March, the conference will address key issues, such as Evolving Businesses: The Next Chapter for the Energy Business, Evolving Technology and Challenges for the Energy System, Evolving Customers, Leading the Transformation of Scotland’s Energy and Securing a Viable Route to a Viable Market, among others.
The Scottish Renewables 2017 Annual Conference also organizes a poster exhibition which allows participants to showcase their latest products, services and developments.
World Smart Energy Week 2017 will start next week in Tokio (Japan). During three days, from 1st March to 3rd March, stakeholders will have the opportunity to attend conferences on a wide range of topics including hydrogen and fuel cells, photovoltaic power generation, rechargeable battery, smart grid, wind energy, biomass, energy market liberalization and thermal power.
Simultaneously, participants could visit the many different expositions that will be on display showcasing the latest product innovations, technologies and developments in the international smart energy industry.
The Ocean Conference, organized by United Nations, will take place in New York (USA) from 5th June to 9th June next. The conference aims to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 which is based on the conservation and sustainably use of the oceans, seas and marine resources for worldwide sustainable development.
The Ocean Conference’s programme includes side events which will create further opportunities for networking, sharing experiences and developements.