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Peningar, störf eða matur? Hver þarfnast sjávarútvegsins og hvers vegna?

29.4.2015

Ian Goulding, sérfræðingur í fiski, fiskvinnslu og þáttum sem tengjast stjórnun fiskveiða, hélt fyrir stuttu fyrirlestur í húsakynnum Matís en hann var hér staddur á vegum Sjávarútvegsskóla háskóla Sameinuðu þjóðanna ( UNU-FTP)

 

Peningar, störf eða matur? Hver þarfnast sjávarútvegsins og hvers vegna?

About the speaker | Um Ian Goulding

Ian Goulding is a specialist in fish quality, processing and international aspects of fisheries management. He qualified in the UK as an Environmental Health Officer, has a Masters degree in Food Science and a PhD in Fish Technology and Marketing. He has 30+ years of experience in the fish industry, in quality control, product development, international trade and fish processing, as well as in research, consultancy and training functions.

 

Since 1986 he has worked as a consultant offering specialist advice and assistance to the fishery sector. He worked for seven years for the UK Government on long term projects in Ecuador and Egypt. He has worked for private companies, as an expert witness and on development projects in Africa, Middle East, South East Asia, South America and Central and Eastern Europe. He has advised the EU on socio-economic impacts of fisheries, fisheries agreements with third countries, IUU fishing controls and sanitary aspects of trade on fishery products. He has been instrumental in helping numerous less developed countries meet sanitary requirements for export of fisheries to international markets.

Since 1994 he has been Managing Director of a fisheries consultancy firm, Megapesca Lda of Portugal, where he has managed more than 500 contracts funded by international development agencies. Ian is a Fellow of the Institute of Food Science and Technology (UK), and Board Member of the International Association of Fish Inspectors. He runs the IAFI Peter Howgate Award for young fish technologists and edits the popular monthly newsletter “Fishfiles Lite” on EU fisheries matters. He has UK and Portuguese nationalities, and speaks English and Portuguese.

 


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