Best Practices for Fisheries Management.
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Baltic Sea 2020
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There is currently a window of opportunity to influence the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) in Europe, as the European Commission will initiate a reform process, beginning in April 2009 with the publication of a Green Paper. The reform will be carried out during the coming years and the revised CFP will be ready in 2012. There is substantial room for improvement to ensure long-term sustainability in fisheries management in the current CFP. Baltic Sea 20201 and Stockholm Resilience Centre2 have provided a team to analyse Best Practices in order to identify what measures apply in the European context and specifically the Baltic Sea. The team has been guided by two of the world’s most renowned and experienced experts on fish and fisheries management, Mike Sissenwine and David Symes. Initially, the relevant scientific literature was reviewed, a scientific workshop hosted and a number of in depth interviews with key fisheries stakeholders (scientists, managers, the industry and NGOs) were c.....
Other TitleBest management methods for fishing,
PublisherBaltic Sea 2020
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.4
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Fish abundance and distribution
Best Practice TypeBest Practice
Manual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc)
Spatial CoverageBaltic Sea
CitationBaltic Sea 2020 (2009) 'Best practices' for fisheries management. Stockholm, Sweden, Baltic Sea 2020, 96pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-906