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  • VenuesEuskalduna Conference Hall and University of Deusto

    Bilbao - Spain16 - 18 September 2010

    TOPIC 02SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND

    AQUACULTURE FOR GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY

    Ethical reflection on a practical proposal of sustainable poultry farmingMEIJBOOM, F.L.B.Utrecht University, Ethics Institute, Utrecht, Netherlands.

    Behavioural change as a key to sustainable agricultureDE LAUWERE, C.C.; TEN PIERICK, E. and BEEKMAN, V.LEI Wageningen UR, Agr icu l ture and Entrepreneurship, Wageningen, Netherlands.

    Balanced sustainable welfare friendly breedingNEETESON-VAN NIEUWENHOVEN, A.M.European Forum of Farm Animal Breeders, Sustainable Farm Animal Breeding and R e p r o d u c t i o n T P, B e n e d e n d o r p s w e g , Oosterbeek, Netherlands.

    The use of certain transgenic seeds in a more sustainable organic agriculture

    1 2DE RENOBALES, M. and ESCAJEDO, L.1University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of

    2Pharmacy, Vitoria/Gasteiz, Spain; University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Constitutional Law, Faculty of Labour Sciences, Bilbao, Spain.

    Nanotechnology and trust in aquacultureMYSKJA, B.K.Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Department of Philosophy, Trondheim, Norway.

    Benefits and costs of fish welfare interventions in European aquacultureMEJDELL, C.M.; DAMSGRD, B. and KADRI, S.National Veterinary Institute, Oslo, Norway.

    Food sovereignty, a right to life: the case of the Peruvian AndesHALLAZI-MENDEZ, L.Autonomous University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

    TOPIC 03THE ROLE OF LOCAL BREEDS AND

    TRADITIONS IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND AQUACULTURE

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    Oral and PosterPRESENTATIONS

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    TOPIC 01CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES AND FOOD

    SECURITY

    Designing ethical strategies for global food securityKAISER, M.University of Bergen. Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, Bergen, Norway.

    Human Development and Food: A Global VisionCLOTET-BALLS, R. and COLOMER-XENA, Y.Triptolemos Foundation, Barcelona, Spain.

    Food system and climate change: the false premises of antitrust policySODANO, V.University of Napoles Federico II, Agricultural Economics, Napoles, Italy.

    Climate change and food insecurity: an ethical problem that cannot be postponedNARI-LLOVERAS, M.University of La Repblica, Nutrition School, Montevideo, Uruguay.

    Taming the unruly side of Ethics: overcoming challenges of a bottom-up approach to Ethics in the areas of climate change and food securityANTHONY, R.University of Alaska Anchorage, Philosophy. Anchorage, USA.

    Precautionary principle and global food security1 2URRUELA-MORA, A. and LIBANO-BERISTAIN, A.

    1University of Zaragoza, Department of Criminal

    Law, Philosophy of Law and History of Law, Zaragoza, Spain and Inter-University Chair in Law

    2and the Human Genome; Autonomous University of Barcelona, Department of Private Law, Barcelona, Spain.

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  • Sambucana sheep: ethical and socio-economical successful outcomes of a 20-years in situ preservation program

    1-2 1 1CORNALE, P. ; RENNA, M. ; FORTINA, R. and 1BATTAGLINI, L.M.

    1University of Torino, Animal Science, Grugliasco,

    2Italy; University of Gastronomic Science, Bra, Italy.

    The Latxa dairy sheep in the Basque Country: importance, challenges and opportunities for a traditional livestock activityRUIZ, R.; DEZ-UNQUERA, B.; BELTRN DE HEREDIA, I.; MANDALUNIZ, N.; ARRANZ, J. and UGARTE, E.NEIKER, Animal Production, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.

    A bio-integrated model of food production and knowledge: a study case in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico

    1 2DOMNGUEZ-TREJO, L. ; MORALES-GARZA, M.R. 3and CANO, W.

    1Centro Regional de Investigaciones Pesqueras, CRIP-Carmen, Mxico, Laboratorio de Acuaponia.

    2Campeche, Mexico; Centro de Investigaciones sobre Desertificacin, Ecologa Vegetal. Valencia,

    3Spain; Universidad del Pas Vasco, Lgica y Filosofa de la Ciencia, Donostia, Spain.

    Autochthonous breeds, sustainable local exploitation, and quality of animal products: the case study of Piemontese cattle

    1 1-2 1RENNA, M. ; CORNALE, P. ; LUSSIANA, C. ; 1 1MIMOSI, A. and BATTAGLINI, L.M.

    1University of Torino, Animal Science, Grugliasco, 2

    Italy; University of Gastronomic Science, Bra, Italy.

    Part-time grazing: a more sustainable sheep's milk and cheese production in the Basque Country

    1 1 1MAULEN, J.R. ; BARRN, L.J.R. ; VIRTO, M. ; 2 1MANDALUNIZ, N. ; AMORES, G. ; PREZ-ELORTONDO,

    1 2 1F.J. ; ARRANZ, J. ; ABILLEIRA, E. ; BELTRN DE 2 1 1HEREDIA, I. ; RUIZ DE GORDOA, J.C. ; NJERA, A.I. ;

    2 1 1RUIZ, R. ; ALBISU, M. and DE RENOBALES, M.1University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Faculty of Pharmacy, Vitoria/Gasteiz, Spain; 2NEIKER Tecnalia, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.

    TOPIC 04THE ROLE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN FOOD

    SECURITY AND ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF BIOSCIENCE PATENTING

    Ethical challenges of synthetic biologyENGELHARD, M.Europische Akademie zur Erforschung von Folgen wissenschaftlich-technischer Entwicklungen - Bad Neuenahr, Ahrweiler, Germany.

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    Climate-ready GM Crops, Intellectual Property and Global Justice

    1-2 1-2TIMMERMANN, C.A. ; VAN DEN BELT, H. and 1-2KORTHALS, M.J.J.A.

    1Applied Philosophy Group, Department of Social Sciences, Wageningen University, Wageningen,

    2Netherlands, Centre for Society and Genomics, Netherlands.

    Transgenic livestock as contribution to global food security?

    1 2 3HUBER, R.C. ; SANDE, P. ; WHITELAW, C.B.A. 1and OLSSON, I.A.S.

    1Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology - IBMC, Laboratory Animal Science, Porto, Portugal; 2Danish centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment (CeBRA), University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 3The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, Division of Developmental Biology, United Kingdom.

    Communication and Biotechnology: a decade of misunderstandingsFERNNDEZ-GUIRAL, E.F.G.Spanish Agrofood Journalists Association, Madrid, Spain.

    Networks, cultures and politics. What is going on with the transgenic maize in Mexico?CANO, W.Logic and Philosophy of Science Department, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, San Sebastin, Spain.

    TOPIC 05EATING, NUTRITION AND HEALTH:

    ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS

    Eating and Drinking: Challenges for Global BioethicsAUSN, T.Institute of Philosophy, CCHS, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Madrid, Spain.

    Dietary Disorders and Mental Health: a contemporaneus debate

    1 2FREIRE DE S , M. F. and BROCHADO TEIXEIRA, A. C.1Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais;

    2University Centre UNA, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

    Parental views on public-policy options regarding healthy eatingWICKINS-DRAZILOVA, D. and WILLIAMS, G.Lancaster University, Department of Philosophy, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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    Conflicting Concerns in Fighting ObesityJENSEN, K.K.University of Copenhagen, Danish Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assesment, Denmark.

    Morbid Obesity in Children and the LawROMEO-MALANDA, S. and NICOLS-JIMNEZ, P.Inter-University Chair in Law and The Human Genome, Bilbao, Spain.

    Human Rights, Development and Hunger in the world. Ethical and legal proposalsBLZQUEZ-RUIZ, F.J.Public University of Navarra, Department of Public Law. Pamplona, Spain.

    Obesity in ethnic minority and low-income populations. Social and public policy considerations from a comparative studyPOVEDA, A.; JELENKOVIC, A.; IBEZ, M.E. and REBATO, E.University of the Basque Country, Genetics, Physical Anthropology and Animal Physiology, Bilbao, Spain.

    Food policy and institutional conflictDAZ-MENDEZ, C.University of Oviedo, Department of Sociology, Oviedo, Spain.

    TOPIC 06FOOD LABELLING AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

    GMO, consumpt ion and consumer vulnerability in Brazilian Consumer Law: the right to be duly informed.MYSZCZUK, A. P. and GLITZ, F.UNIBRASIL/QUIS, School of Law, Curitiba, Brazil.

    Nutrient profiling: are Dairy products really unhealthy?

    1 2ESCAJEDO, L. ; ROCANDIO, A.M. and DE 3RENOBALES, M.

    1University of the Basque Country - Department of 2Constitutional Law, Bilbao, Spain, University of the

    Basque Country - Pharmacy Faculty, Nutrition and 3Bromatology, Vitoria/Gasteiz, Spain; University of the

    Basque Country Pharmacy Faculty, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Vitoria/Gasteiz, Spain.

    Framing Omega-3: The politics of essential fatty acids in functional foods

    1 2M. DRING and S. STIRN1University of Hamburg. FSP-BIOGUM/FG

    2Medicine, Hamburg, Germany; FSP-BIOGUM, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek, Hamburg, Germany.

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  • Certification and ethical standards in aquacultureHAUGEN, A.S.; ALMAAS, V. and KAISER, M.University of Bergen, Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, Bergen, Norway.

    Buyer be-aware: The ethics of food labelling reform and 'mobilising the consumer'FROHLICH, X.Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Program in Science, Technology and Society. Massachusetts, USA.

    Seafood safety, authenticity and analytical methodologies to detect fraud

    1 1 2SOTELO, C. ; PREZ-MARTN, R. ; AURSAND, M. ; 3 1YAMASHITA, Y. and MARTINEZ, I.

    1Institute of Marine Research CSIC, Food

    2Technology, Vigo, Spain; SINTEF Fisheries and

    3Aquaculture, Trondheim, Norway; National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Food Biotechnology Section, Yokohama, Japan.

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