Aquatic resources and food for the future


The Norwegian Fisheries Forum 26-27 of August 2014

onsdag 27. august 2014, kl. 09:00

Sal: Skram

Arrangør: The Norwegian Fisheries Forum / Fiskerifaglig Forum

Inngang: Billett

At the 2014 annual meeting, FFF wants to focus on future development cooperation in the fisheries and aquaculture sector, including climate and environmental challenges with Norway as a global actor. FFF invites to a seminar on the theme: Aquatic resources and food for the future in Oslo, 26 and 27 August 2014. First day of the seminar will focus on the present experience and activities, presented by Norwegian institutions involved in such activities. The second day of the seminar will present Future focus and challenges. Emphasis will be put on the release of the book Governance for fisheries & marine conservation; Interactions and co-evolution (Publisher Wiley-Blackwell, UK), and form the basis for discussions on future focus and challenges.

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27 august (0900-1600): Future focus and challenges

0900 – 0930 Serge Garcia (Italy): Presentation of the book «Governance for fisheries and Marine Conservation»
0930 – 1000 Tony Charles (Canada): Governance dimensions
1000 – 1030 Coffee break
1030 – 1100 Peter Gullestad (Norway): Towards an Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management
1100 – 1130 Jeppe Kolding (Norway): Governance and conservation in small-scale fisheries
1130 – 1200 Cathrine Martens (Norway): Future challenges
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 – 1330 Jake Rice (Canada): Introduction to panel discussion – Main point developed in the book and indicate the main avenues with relevance to development cooperation
1330 – 1500 Panel discussion: Identifying topics that are of great importance for fisheries (marine and freshwater) in developing countries and possible way forward and indicate the main avenues with relevance to development cooperation
1500 – 1530 Coffee