Blue Economy Webinar: Thinking About the Future of Food

Event Date: 6 December, 2023
Start time: 3:00 pm

Title: Thinking about the future of food

When: 3pm-4:30pm (AEST), Wed 6th Dec 2023

Registration & more information: Webinar: Thinking About the Future of Food (

This webinar brings together several international experts on food to provide a range of ideas about the future of food from international, national and local perspectives. 

Each speed-presentation aims to be dynamic and thought-provoking, we hope this will inform our understanding about food and seafood production.

The webinar will be facilitated by Prof Chris Carter and presentations will be followed by Q&A.

Presentation 1: Brief Introduction presented by Prof Chris Carter, Blue Economy CRC / IMAS / UTAS

Presentation 2: Exploring future nutrient needs presented by Dr Andrew Fletcher, Sustainable Nutrition Initiative – Riddet Institute

Presentation 3: Coping with complex seafood futures, one byte at a time presented by Dr Beth Fulton, CSIRO

Presentation 4: Future of fish supply under climate change presented by Prof Julia Blanchard, IMAS / UTAS

Presentation 5: Identifying management actions for a food-based approach to fisheries and aquaculture presented by Dr Anna Farmery, ANCORS, UOW

Presentation 6: Sustainably feeding our blue food presented by Dr Richard Cottrell, IMAS/UTAS

Presentation 7: Systems approach driven by theory of change applied to terrestrial systems presented by Prof Duncan Cameron, University of Manchester

Presentation 8: Centre for Food Safety and Innovation (CFSI) – future prospects in food-related research and development in Tasmania presented by Prof John Bowman, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture / UTAS

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