Your complete guide to the Global Aquaculture Alliance's GOAL 2017 conference

Published on
October 4, 2017

This week, the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) takes its annual aquaculture-focused conference event GOAL to Ireland’s capital city of Dublin to discuss the latest challenges and advances guiding modern, responsible seafood farming practices.

SeafoodSource editors will be among the attendees at GOAL 2017, providing timely coverage of the event from 3 to 6 October. Be sure to bookmark this page, and check back repeatedly for a comprehensive list of the latest GOAL 2017 news. You can also access event coverage in SeafoodSource’s daily newsletters, and on the SeafoodSource Twitter feed. Follow the conference’s official hashtag feed, #GOALConf17, for even more aquaculture information emerging from Ireland’s star seaport city.   

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EDITOR'S NOTE: FULL COVERAGE FROM THE GOAL 2017 CONFERENCE CAN BE FOUND BELOW:

Two developments that are shaping aquaculture’s future

Bluefin tuna farming doubling inside four years

China’s days of easy shrimp farming “gone forever,” harvester says

Aggressive aquaculture expansion underway in Ireland

Debate grows heated at GOAL aquafeed sustainability panel

Chinese aquafeed company wins F3 fish-free challenge

GOAL: Fish farming not far short of doubling in a decade

BAP program officially recognized by GSSI

New technology aims to eliminate sea lice six months from now

Ireland welcomes over 400 aquaculture industry professionals to Dublin

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