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Enhancing Small-Scale Fishing Communities Through the Advancement of Women’s Participation in the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework [graduate project].
Globally, fisheries are in a precarious position. Climate change, over-fishing and pollution threaten marine eco-systems and the communities that rely on them. As so often is the case, these pressures are experienced ...
A tale of two standards: A case study of the Fair Trade certified Maluku handline caught tuna (Thunnus albacares) fishery [graduate project].
Fishery certification programs and ecolabels have emerged as a method for promoting the sustainability of global fisheries. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification program is considered the largest, most recognized ...
The fair way or the Chiloé? Exploring the role of certification in the governance of labour in aquaculture in Chiloé, Chile [graduate project].
Aquaculture has emerged as an increasingly important element of global food production systems as the total global population continues to rise, and climate change impacts yields in both agriculture and capture fisheries. ...
Small and Mighty: Why forage fisheries management could benefit from an ecosystem based framework. A case study on Bay of Fundy/Southwest Nova Scotia herring stock component [graduate project].
Forage fish are defined as low to mid-trophic level species that are preyed upon by many top predators within their respective ecosystems. The dependence on these forage fish from top predators makes them a crucial link ...