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A free virtual seminar series will be held from 13-17 December, hosted by the Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, Chinese Academy of Fisheries Sciences, in partnership with NACA and the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs. The seminar will be held via Zoom.
In recent years, under the influence of factors such as climatic drought, hydro-power and other water engineering developments, the ecological environment of the waters of the Mekong River Basin has undergone significant changes, which have affected aquatic life to varying degrees. A contradiction between economic development and ecological protection is gradually emerging. How to protect and sustainably utilize aquatic biodiversity is a problem that needs to be solved urgently.
The seminar is an activity under the Lancang-Mekong River Aquatic Biological Conservation and Fishery Cooperation Project. It will:
- Give participants a background in aquatic resource conservation practices.
- Recommend options for sustainable aquaculture farming systems with potential for intensification, with intervention strategies.
- Build a communication and experience exchange platform for information dissemination and future collaboration.
For more information, please download the prospectus / programme linked below.
Participation is free and the seminar is open to all (subject to a limit of 10 persons per country), but priority will be given to participants from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
Certificates will be issued to participants with over 75% attendance.
Please register using the form linked below before 10 December.