Everything is going according to plan. Over the past year, Salmon Evolution has appointed seven key personnel who will take care of and administer their specialist fields. Overall, we now have a well-equipped team of 10 who will be working to realise Europe’s largest land-based fish farm. Here we will be presenting our personnel – who are all hugely motivated to contribute to a more sustainable development.
Senior Advisor Sustainability – Liv-Hege Seglsten
Liv-Hege Seglsten is “Senior Advisor Sustainability”. Her aim is to make sure that Salmon Evolution optimize its green initiatives in their business environment. Salmon Evolutions strategy is to be a beacon for a sustainable development of the aquaculture industry. Our knowledge-based management contributes to sustainable value creation in the harvest of the resources the oceans are offering us. It leaves us with a great responsibility. Status of the planetary boundaries from e.g. reports from the UN affect the strategic work of the company. Our aim is to be a part of the solution. For us it represents opportunities, increased profitability and strengthens our competitiveness.
Seglsten has worked for several years as a consultant and project manager for sustainable business development. She has extensive experience in analysing the profitability of green innovations. Previously she led a company that develops high-tech solutions with artificial intelligence (AI) for aquaculture. She has worked with climate communication for carbon technology and led projects for circular value chains and industrial symbiosis. She is a member of the External Advisory Board for REV Ocean, holds board positions in green companies and lead the NCE iKuben Think Tank for Young Leaders.
Liv-Hege believes that alliances between traditional farming at sea, land-based salmon farming and R&D are important success criteria for developing the industry to become more sustainable. – I want to take an active role in developing the entire industry and share knowledge that is important to reach critical goals for growth but with less environmental footprints.