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Illuminating Hidden Harvests science cafe at 3rd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (event proceedings)
Type: Conference Proceedings
The aim of IHH is to capture and quantify the contributions of SSF to the three pillars of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental) at a global level. Data and information to produce these ...
Building adaptive capacity to climate change; approaches applied in five diverse fisheries settings
Climate change poses a range of risks to coastal and inland rural communities in the global tropics. People living within these communities depend directly on physical and natural environments for income, food and their ...
Meeting fisheries, ecosystem function, and biodiversity goals in a human-dominated world
Type: Journal Article
The worldwide decline of coral reefs necessitates targeting management solutions that can sustain reefs and the livelihoods of the people who depend on them. However, little is known about the context in which different ...
Increasing irrigation benefits and sustainability by integrating fisheries
Type: Other (Flyer)
Irrigation systems and their reservoirs are complex, dynamic socio-ecological systems. With the right management, crop and fish production can both be increased, with the benefits shared equitably among nearby communities. ...
Illuminating Hidden Harvests in Ocean Action newsletter (vol. 13)
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization, WorldFish and Duke University committed to working in partnership with global experts to assess and quantify the contributions of small-scale fisheries (SSF) to the three pillars ...
Illuminating hidden harvests: The contribution of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development
Small-scale fisheries (SSF) employ over 90 percent of fishers and fish workers worldwide and, among these, 96 percent live in developing countries where they produce almost as much fish for direct domestic consumption as ...
Illuminating Hidden Harvests country case study author: Hunter Snyder
Hunter Snyder is a PhD candidate with Dartmouth College in the United States and an FAO consultant. Within the IHH study, Snyder contributed to the Greenland case study and led the thematic study on the carbon footprint ...
Increasing the benefits and sustainability of irrigation through integration of fisheries: A guide for water planners, managers and engineers
Sections 1 Guidelines for planners and mangers produced on increasing benefits and sustainability of water infrastructure through integration of fisheries
Porter un nouvel éclairage sur les captures non visibles: La contribution de la pêche artisanale au développement durable
En 2012, la FAO, la Banque mondiale et WorldFish ont publié une étude Hidden Harvest: The global contribution of capture fisheries. Pour soutenir la dynamique croissante de mise en oeuvre des Directives SSF, et en réponse ...
Escaping the perfect storm of simultaneous climate change impacts on agriculture and marine fisheries
Type: Journal Article
Climate change can alter conditions that sustain food production and availability, with cascading consequences for food security and global economies. Here, we evaluate the vulnerability of societies to the simultaneous ...