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New talents on aquaculture

Javier Ongay writes with great wisdom in Sintetia that "new times require new talents", he does so in the context of an article in which he reflects on the 1st Revolution of Talent and the importance of being able to adapt to the New realities, to what he calls the 4th Industrial Revolution.
I think that today there are very few people, I do not know if there is any left, who are not aware that aquaculture is the productive industrial activity that is required to play a crucial role in providing solutions to the millennium challenges, To ensure the world's food security through the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger. This is clearly specified in the analysis document of the State of Fisheries and Aquaculture FAO2016, which states that "aquaculture will become the main driver of change in the fisheries and aquaculture sector".
I see it difficult that this is achieved in the way it is being done so far and I agree with Javier Ongay that we require new talent…