Kiel Marine Science

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Kerstin Odendahl studied law and political sciences in Bonn, Aix-en-Provence and Trier. She earned her doctorate in Trier in 1997 before absolving her Legal Preparatory Service in Cottbus, Bonn and London. After working for some years in Berlin she completed her habilitation in 2004 in Trier and was named Professor of Public International Law and European Union Law in St. Gallen, Switzerland. 2011 she became Professor of Public International Law and European Union Law in Kiel as well as Managing Director of the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law at Kiel University.

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  • 17:00: Sustainable aquaculture techniques vs market potential – Where are we headed?
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  • 17:00: Animal wealth in the aquaculture – Large-scale livestock farming under water?
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  • 13:00: Marine Social Science Workshops
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  • -21:00: Marine Social Science Workshops
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  • 17:00: (No) Right to sustainable aquaculture – Fish breeding between environmental regulations and approval processes
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