Project title: Canadian fisheries and aquaculture law and policy overview research
The project assesses the current state of integrated fisheries management plans in different Canadian regions, with a focus on existing attempts to provide for community input into sustainable fisheries management. The research will support the development of alternative models of governance with a higher capability for both adaptive management (in the face of climate change) and improved involvement of affected communities.
Nicole Power, J.D. Candidate
Project title: Canadian aquaculture law and policy research in comparative perspective
The project examines the regulation and management of aquaculture in Canada, and via comparative studies with other jurisdictions. The research contributes to OceanCanada’s overall assessment of the current governance framework for an important ocean use, and to the development of scenarios and proposals for improved and sustainable governance in the future.