TAPAS H2020 project coordinator, University of Stirling are organising a joint advanced training course with the #MedAIDeu project on “Sustainability assessment and social acceptability of aquaculture” from the 24th of February in Zaragoza, Spain. The four days course will provide information on identifying trends and bottlenecks to aquaculture development, social acceptability and regulation, it will raise awareness of new tools and production methods, and it will introduce economic and market analysis to improve business performance and market behaviour. The program is supported by the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM), through the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ) #CIHEAMZaragoza. Register on the link, if you would like to join and network with professionals and share knowledge on sustainable farming activity.