The Danish government on 5 March 2014 released a new strategy on aquaculture. The aim is to make the industry more sustainable by using green technologies and increase export of Danish expertise and aquaculture systems.
Aquaculture includes both fish, shrimp, sea weed and other sea foods. It is therefore specifically relevant for a country like Indonesia, due to a growing middle class that increasingly demand sustainably produced fish and sea food, and a need to address fundamental food security.
The embassy’s Danida Business Partnership programme is currently working with Danish and Indonesian companies on a aquaculture project in Indonesia with the aim of implementing Danish technology and knowhow in an Indonesian setting.
Read more: State of Green