Article: Greek Aquaculture is at a critical turning pointSep 11, 2017
A recent article about Greek Aquaculture is at a critical turning point was written in Kathimerini.
Above all, AMBIO is a leading consultancy firm in the fields of fisheries and aquaculture. The company provides a full range of consulting services for both public and private sector entities with interests in the fields of fisheries and aquaculture. Given that, we are aware about new press releases regarding aquaculture from Greek media.
Certainly, we find this article written by Dr. Dimitris Oikonomou, Professor of Planning, University of Thessaly, very insightful. We believe that it addresses many of the contemporary and the over time problems, in the right way. To summarise, Dr. Oikonomou says in his very interesting article, that Greek Aquaculture is at a critical turning point.
“The marine aquaculture & fisheries industry is at a critical turning point. While the large companies complete their restructuring to ensure their viability, at the same time the completion of spatial planning is in progress according to the Special Spatial Framework for Aquaculture (SEP-Y). The establishment in 2011 of the SEP-Y was a significant achievement for all stakeholders, creating the necessary background for solving chronic problems.” says Dr. Oikonomou.
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