Food: Different by Design - Live from Taronga Zoo

Thursday 11 March, 2 pm AEDT/Sydney

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Food: Different by Design - Live from Taronga Zoo

Thursday 11 March, 2 pm AEDT/Sydney


There are almost 8 billion people living in the world today, and many of us depend on seafood as a primary source of protein and essential nutrients. So how can we feed a growing population without causing environmental harm to our oceans and waterways?

In this free Virtual Classroom event students will learn about the design of our Australia's seafood industries for a future full of fish. We will look at how wild fisheries are reducing bycatch like turtles and seals from being caught in their nets, and how Australian fish farms are using design innovation for responsible aquaculture.

We'll meet a seal from Taronga Zoo, visit workers on a fish farm, learn about innovation at a fishery and do Q&A with a shark expert!

This event marks the launch of the new MSC and ASC Teacher Resource on the theme of Food: Different by Design.

Presenters

Presenter
Adrian Gutteridge
Shark Expert
Marine Stewardship Council
Presenter
Hayden Turner
Presenter
Taronga Zoo
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Presenter
Alexis Farr
Educator
Marine Stewardship Council
Presenter
Duncan Leadbitter
Market Development Manager Australia and New Zealand
Aquaculture Stewardship Council
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Presenter
Adrianne Laird

NPFI