Sustainable marine fisheries seem to tick all the boxes. They can fill your belly, fill your wallet, and do it all for a fraction of the carbon emissions generated by conventional agriculture. Getting marine fisheries “right” could also help to reduce the loss of biodiversity in the ocean, and increase equity among coastal populations.
Robert Blasiak, Nereus Fellow at Stockholm Resilience centre, has published a new study on climate change vulnerability.
COP23 Press Conference: What climate change means for global fisheries catches and human populations that rely on them
On Wednesday, November 8, a press conference at COP23 will present Nereus Program research. COP28: At the 2017 UN Climate Change Conference (COP23), nations will convene to discuss and advance…
Call for Abstracts: Special issue of Marine Policy on ocean conservation and sustainable fisheries funding
Marine Policy‘s special edition on ‘Funding for ocean conservation and sustainable fisheries’ aims to address funding for ocean conservation and sustainable fisheries from various angles. Interested parties should submit abstracts (~250 words) describing their intended research topic or question and how it relates to the special theme no later than November 30, 2017.
Reducing tourist consumption of reef fish is critical for Palau’s ocean sustainability, finds a new Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program study published today in Marine Policy.
While climate change is expected to lead to sharp declines in Palau’s reefs, the best tourism management strategy includes a more than 70 per cent reduction in reef fish consumption by visitors. These findings are highly relevant for sustainable development in small island developing states under climate change.
A new paper, ‘A rapid assessment of co-benefits and trade-offs among Sustainable Development Goals‘, has been published in Marine Policy and includes contributions from various Nereus affiliates. This study highlights how achieving SDG 14: Life Below Water targets contributes to the accomplishment of other SDGs