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We meet again and in a place as traditional as Aquaponics as Tequila and Mariachis

"The blue economy is an economy that transforms the ability of a region, a territory or a country to respond with what it has to the basic needs of the whole world." Gunter Pauli

This year, with total focus on expanding knowledge about Integral Aquaponics and the importance of Water Recirculation Systems for the design of Food and Energy Ecosystems, we will meet in the city of Guadalajara for the 13th International Aquaponics Congress.

Integral Aquaponics brings this ancient knowledge and combines it with the most recent technology to lead the transformation to the production of Food and Energy of the Future.

An alternative... CIRCULAR PRODUCTION

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In regions of the world where already scarce water supplies are increasingly limited, innovative ways of producing food are crucial.

Aquaponics has become quite a trend in recent years. Thanks to a combination of aquaculture (fish farming), hydroponics (plant cultivation in water without soil) and all that practice of cultivation and production of biomass that can be united in a water recirculation system, it is that the denomination of these techniques as integrated agro-aquaculture (AAI). Some integrated farms can reduce water consumption by 90% compared to traditional farming. This is very good news for the agricultural sector, which uses around 70% of the fresh water available globally.

In regions of the world where already scarce water supplies are increasingly limited, innovative ways of producing food are crucial.

 

Fortunately, there are innovative methods to reduce water use. AAI farms combine new technologies and best practices to reduce the “water footprint” of agriculture and make smart and efficient use of natural resources.

In aquaponics, water serves a dual purpose: raising animals and growing crops, generating more than one product at a time. It is not the only benefit: animal waste fertilizes the water used to irrigate the plants, and the plants clean and oxygenate the water for the animals. It's a win-win situation.

Producing more food with fewer resources is part of the future of agriculture.

Mexico will host the International Aquaponics Congress, where the origins of this pre-Hispanic technique that was known as CHINAMPAS go back.

 

Guadalajara is a historic city where past and present coexist in an authentic way. Mariachi, Tequila, Lake Chapala, its wonderful magical towns and the modern architecture and design of the city, make it a unique jewel of Mexico.

 

At some point, humanity forgot about this indissoluble bond that we have with Nature. From the time we practiced aquaponics in ancient American civilizations until today, we have almost irreversibly impacted natural cycles in search of food and energy production disconnected from ecosystem knowledge.

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In this event we will join professionals, groups and people who seek to revive that wisdom and unite them with the needs of current times to build global action networks in order to create as many triple-impact ventures as possible based on Integral Aquaponics.

 

Seeking the participation of the largest number of American countries and in honor of the celebration of Pachamama Day, we have decided to extend our promotional discount of 40% for all our subscribers until August 15!