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The latest updates on harvest strategies in fisheries across the globe 🐟🐟🐟 Managed by the International Fisheries Conservation Project of @oceanfdn
The next webinar is coming up in our series with
@FAOfish! Join us Oct. 19 for an engaging session on harvest strategies for tropical tunas. Speakers from @opagac, Blue Matter Science, @forumfish, @MSCecolabel, @DalhousieU, moderated by @GrantlyG @pew
After yesterday's great discussions with stakeholders from Iceland at "Towards Thriving Marine Life and Resilient Fisheries in the NE Atlantic" seminar,we are now one step further to #MakeEBFMWork Thank you to all participants and speakers for being part of this meanigful event!
Must-read to get the picture of the next steps in fisheries management in the near future: how to integrate Ecosystem-Based principles into harvest strategies. Might become key for managers coping with the role of RFMOs once Marine Protected Areas in High Seas get installed...
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harveststrategies.org serves as a resource for fisheries scientists, managers, and other stakeholders, compiling information about how harvest strategies work and how implementing this pioneering management approach can lead to sustainable, profitable fisheries and successful recovery programs for many species around the world. The site is managed by The Ocean Foundation’s International Fisheries Conservation Project with support from The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Common Oceans Tuna Fisheries Project, which is funded by GEF and implemented by FAO.