Scale-up! Innovation in the Blue Economy with EIT Food.

Nearly three quarters of our planet is covered by oceans. Bodies of water, from oceans and seas to rivers, lakes, marshes, and bays collectively host over 2 million species of plants and diverse wildlife that represents over 50% of life on earth!

The Blue Economy is a growing movement that aims to harness these coastal and maritime resources for economic growth, whilst protecting its ecosystems. Our oceans are a hugely under-utilised resource with enormous potential for our future. EIT Food invites you to an immersive breakfast discussion on the progress being made in this sector, where you will have the chance to see, smell and taste the latest innovations in the Blue Economy.

Come along to learn the key sustainability lessons from thought leaders Thor Sigfusson, Hordur G. Kristinsson and Isabel Hoffmann as they chart the sector’s incredible journey from traditional to high-tech sustainability success story - and the whole event will be recorded for EIT Food’s innovation podcast!

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This event is part of London Food Tech Week 2019 - this week-long festival celebrating and connecting all the incredible people, companies and innovations in Food Tech is the must attend event of 2019.

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