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Advancing research and development outcomes with fish in regional food systems
Food systems encompass actors and interactions from production to consumption and disposal of food as well as social, economic and environmental outcomes. Food systems frameworks provide a holistic approach for research ...
Assessing inclusion in community-based natural resource management: A framework and methodology
Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) is valued as a model of inclusive development and governance. While CBNRM may perform relatively well for garnering broader participation (Evans et al. 2011), it can ...
Increasing social and ecological resilience of coastal fisheries
Small-scale coastal capture fisheries produce almost half the fish consumed in low- and middle- income countries and employ more people than all other ocean economic sectors combined, but their resilience is undermined by ...
Gender equality is diluted in commitments made to small-scale fisheries
Type: Journal Article
Gender equality is a mainstream principle of good environmental governance and sustainable development. Progress toward gender equality in the fisheries sector is critical for effective and equitable development outcomes ...