EAS: The Voice of Sustainable Aquaculture in Europe.



The European Aquaculture Society, commonly referred to by its English acronym EAS, is a non-profit international organization dedicated to promoting and developing European aquaculture in an environmentally and economically sustainable manner. Their focus encompasses various aspects of aquaculture, ranging from research and technology to management and education.

EAS Events and conferences.

To facilitate knowledge exchange among scientists, industry professionals, and policymakers in the aquaculture sector, EAS organizes various activities. These include conferences, workshops, and symposiums that bring together key players and experts in the field of European aquaculture.

EAS Publications.

EAS has two official publications: the magazine and newsletter “Aquaculture Europe” and the scientific journal “Aquaculture International” (AQUI). Additionally, they produce a bimonthly newsletter for their members.

Revista y boletín Aquaculture Europe.

The “AQUACULTURE EUROPE” magazine is published twice a year (in March and September) and the newsletter is distributed bimonthly (February, April, June, August, October, and December). Both formats are available in PDF. The magazine focuses on articles and news about aquacultural developments, especially in Europe. Meanwhile, the newsletter comprises brief updates, recent reports, publications, and other news of interest provided by its members.

EAS is always keen to receive articles and brief news for sharing. Furthermore, they offer attractive advertising rates, and EAS’s institutional and corporate members enjoy special advertising benefits.

Aquaculture international journal.

This journal covers a wide variety of topics, including:

      • Biology, physiology, pathology, and genetics of cultivated fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and plants.
      • Water quality and environmental impacts of aquacultural operations.
      • Nutrition, feeding, and restocking techniques.
      • Development of sustainable and economically viable production techniques.
      • Bioengineering studies.
      • Improvement in the quality and marketing of aquaculture products.
      • Sociological and social impacts of aquaculture.

EAS projects.

EAS has led or participated in various projects aiming to contribute to the sustainable development of European aquaculture. A notable example is the IGNITION project, which aims to gain new insights into animal welfare in the context of climate change. Additionally, it evaluates and develops new strategies to improve animal health using non-invasive tools.

The European Aquaculture Society, EAS, plays a pivotal role in the European aquaculture landscape, bridging research, industry, and policy-making. Their commitment to sustainability and advancing the sector ensures that aquaculture in Europe continues to grow responsibly and in harmony with the environment.”