Appendix A: Bibliography

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Appendix A: Bibliography

Agnew, D., Grieve, C., Orr, P., Parkes, G. & Barker, N. 2006. Environmental benefits resulting from certification against MSC’s Principles & Criteria for Sustainable Fishing. London, MRAG UK Ltd. and Marine Stewardship Council. 134 pp.

Agnew, D. 2004. Fishing south; the history and management of South Georgia fisheries. 132 Beechwood Avenue, St. Albans, UK, AL1 4YD, Penna Press. 128 pp. ISBN: 0-9547948-0-X.

Bostock, T., Greenhalgh, P. & Kleih, U. 2004. Policy research — implications of liberalization of fish trade for developing countries: synthesis report. Chatham, UK, Natural Resources Institute.

European Commission. Brussels, 29.06.2005 COM(2005)275 final. Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committee: Launching a debate on a community approach towards eco-labeling schemes for fisheries.

FAO. 2005. Guidelines for the ecolabelling of fish and fishery products from marine capture fisheries. Rome, FAO. 90 pp.

Fishing for the Future II: Unilever’s Fish Sustainability Initiative (FSI), 2002.

Gardiner, P.R. & Viswanathan, K. 2004. Eco-labeling and fisheries management. WorldFish Center.

Global Ecolabeling Network. 2004. Annual report.

Greenpeace. 2005. A recipe for disaster: supermarket’s insatiable appetite for seafood.

GTZ/WWF. 2006. Certification of sustainable small-scale fisheries in developing countries. Workshop report.

Håland, B. & Esmark, M. 2002. Clean conscience consumption of seafood — a summary of eco-labels and environmental management systems for fisheries and aquaculture products. Working Document 02/02.

Junqueira, L. 2001. Market-driven incentive structures for sustainable fisheries management. FAIR CT98-4255, Final Project Report. Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Jodice, L. & Co-workers. 2006. Preferences for local, wild-harvested shrimp among coastal tourists in South Carolina. IIFET 2006 Portsmouth Proceedings.

Johnston, R.J., Wessells, C.R., Donath, H. & Asche, F. 2001. A contingent choice analysis of ecolabeled seafood: comparing consumer preferences in the United States and Norway. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 26(1): 20–39.

MAC. 2002. MAC certification costs and benefits: case study of US retailers.

Macfadyen, G., Banks, R, Phillips, M, Haylor, G., Mazaudier, L. & Salz, P. 2003. Output 1 background paper on the international seafood trade and poverty. Prepared under the DFID-funded ECPREP project (EP/R03/014) “International Seafood Trade: Supporting Sustainable Livelihoods Among Poor Aquatic Resource Users in Asia”. Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd. (UK), Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia–Pacific and STREAM Initiative.

Mathew, S. 2000. Sustainable fishing and social well being: The Marine Stewardship Council and the Fair Trade Initiative. ICSF.

Monfort, M.-C. 2006. Adding value to salmon helps capturing market shares. IIFET 2006 Portsmouth Proceedings.

MRAG/Soil Association/IIED. 2000. Relevance of certification to fisheries in developing countries. DFID Contract: 7381CA Final Report. London, Department for International Development.

Muldoon, G. & Scott, P. 2005. The International Standard for the Trade in Live Reef Food Fish: from voluntary code to certification. SPC Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin #15 – December 2005.

Nautilus Consultants Ltd/IIED. 2003. Investment mechanisms for socially and environmentally responsible shrimp culture (synthesis summary and working papers).

Peacey, J. 2000. The Marine Stewardship Council Fisheries Certification Program: progress and challenges. IIFET paper.

Ponte, S. 2006. Eco-labels and fish trade. Marine Stewardship Council certification and the South African hake fishery. Tralac Working Paper No. 9/2006.

Porritt, J. 2005. Fishing for good. Forum for the Future.

Roheim, C. & Sutinen, J. 2006. Trade and marketplace measures to promote sustainable fishing practices. ICTSD Natural Resources, International Trade and Sustainable Development Series Issue Paper No. 3. Geneva, Switzerland, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development and the High Seas Task Force.

Tveterås, R., Asche, F., Kinnucan, H.W., Myrland, Ø., Young, J.A. & Anderson, J.L. 2006. Investments in promotional activities in the food industry: Lessons for aquaculture?

UNEP. 2005. The trade and environmental effects of ecolabels: assessment and response.

Wessells, C.R., Johnston, R. & Donath, H. 1999. Assessing consumer preferences for ecolabeled seafood: the influence of species, certifier and household attributes. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 81(5): 1084–1089.


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