We welcome contributions from ocean scientists, marine ecotoxicologists, coastal and civil engineers, environmental engineers, oceanographers, social scientists and maritime anthropologists, environmental and fisheries economists in academia, government, industry, and non-governmental organizations that aim to highlight scientific advancements, new knowledge, and solution-oriented research within this Special Issue.
Training workshop: Transdisciplinarity in Fisheries & Ocean Sustainability
Deadline: February 17, 2020. Challenges for marine indigenous tenures around the world and their global contribution to conservation
Communities Linking Conservation and Livelihoods – Ingredients of Success” is the second animation video produced by the Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).
“Communities Linking Conservation and Livelihoods – Ingredients of Success” is the first animation video produced by the Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).
Oceana Canada has now released its third annual Fishery Audit which reports on the state of fish stocks and tracks progress on how well the government is meeting its policy and management commitments.
Since 2012, TBTI has been conducting in-depth, transdisciplinary research and global analysis, aiming to improve knowledge and understanding of various aspects of small-scale fisheries. By allocating considerable resources to conduct research, integrate data, and synthesize findings, we have been able to publish many book volumes, special journal issues, articles, e-books and reports, all of which […]
Originally posted at toobigtoignore.net The ‘Blue Economy’ and ‘Blue Growth’ initiatives, which frame the oceans as the new economic and development frontier, have entered the international agenda over the past decade. Although some of these development agendas imply an alignment with social objectives and speak to small-scale fisheries concerns, many are oriented towards further technological […]
Coastal Communities… At the Ready is a new film that explores how coastal communities are preparing for, and responding to, a range of climate change impacts and other hazards hitting the coast. That includes everything from hurricanes and other extreme weather, to floods and erosion, to tsunamis and oil spills.
A new report titled “The Thriving Coastal Communities Initiative: Towards an action research agenda focused on well-being in coastal communities in British Columbia” has been produced in a group effort between T.Buck Suzuki Environmental Foundation and OceanCanada‘s Dr. Nathan Bennett, as well as a large team of collaborators. Support for convening the initial meeting at […]