BRUSSELS 12-13 OCTOBER 2016, HIGH LEVEL EVENT
International FOOD 2030 builds of this intention and is a timely EU research and innovation policy response to the recent international policy developments including the SDGs and COP21 commitments.
JAN 2017: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, had 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Among them, SDG 14, the “Oceans goal”, aims to “Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development”. It includes 10 targets relating to marine pollution, protecting marine and coastal ecosystems, minimizing ocean acidification, sustainable management of fisheries and ending harmful fisheries subsidies, conserving costal and marine areas, increasing the economic benefits to SIDs and LDCs, and means of implementation.
At the 2015 Milan World Expo Commissioner for Research and Innovation, Carlos
Moedas, announced his intention to launch a Food Research Area by World Food Day 2016, presenting a single thematic Research and Innovation narrative built on a number of key Food and Nutrition Security
TRADITIONAL: UN picture of fishermen in Evia, Greece fishing from an open boat using nets from small boats as they have for hundreds of years, the only difference being the means of propulsion.
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