NORDIC TALK 2
Atlantic Cod has been travelling between the Barents Sea and Lofoten since the beginning of our memory – but will this journey (including the rich annual catches) last? How do we live with the fish and respect it as a food source within its ecosystem?
How do we change approach to how we manage, look and interact with the sea? What the studies and the practices around codfish management could tell us about alternatives approaches to the sea?
With this talk, we wanted to explore the stories of fish and people and the relationship and connection between human and fish. Our international speakers looked at how the main points and actions to make this relationship sustainable.
Programme of the talk
Three international speakers presented their research on codfish and resource management. The talk was moderated by Nafsika Papacharalampous, food anthropologist and chef (Greece).
- Guri Hjallen Eriksen, PhD candidate on fisheries law, SALT and University of Oslo, (Norway)
- Kerstin Johannesson, Professor in Marine Ecology at the University of Gothenburg (Sweden)
- Joao Pedro Vale and Nuno Alexandre Ferreira – artists (Portugal)
These talks will be part of the Nordic Talks, which address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through current affairs that capture the essence of Nordic themes and issues. It is a branded talk-concept designed to spark global conversations that matter.
Organised by Museum Nord, with the support of the Nordic Council of Ministers.