State of world aquaculture 2006 (Chinese version)Proposals for a COFI Sub-Committee on aquacultureReview of the state of world aquaculture
渔业委员会水产养殖分委员会相关文件State of world aquaculture 2006 (Chinese version) Aquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world. Increasing global population demand for aquatic food products and it is expected that lion’s share of this future demand will come from aquaculture. This document analyses the past trends that have led the aquaculture sector to its current status and describes its current status globally. Book Information dissemination Aquaculture Aquaculture equipment Aquaculture techniques Polyculture (aquaculture) Aquaculture productionProposals for a COFI Sub-Committee on aquaculture Meeting Aquaculture productionReview of the state of world aquaculture This document is the second review of the Fisheries Circular 886 – Review of the State of World Aquaculture. Taking into consideration various reviews and analyses of aquaculture production, development and management published by FAO over the past few years, the format of the present revision of the Circular deviates slightly from the previous format. It includes a global review of aquaculture production and production trends, brief regional production profiles based on national aquaculture statistics received from FAO member countries up to 2000, an outlook for aquaculture development (major issues, opportunities and challenges), a summary of the FAO inland capture statistics (1970 to 2000) compared with aquaculture production, and a section discussing issues of current importance to global aquaculture development and management. Book Aquaculture productionReview of the State of World Aquaculture This paper updates the regular review of world aquaculture, based mainly on national statistics provided to FAO by its Members through 1995. The review is prepared in three parts. The first provides a global perspective of production and production trends, and the contribution of the sector to food fish supplies. It identifies some of the major strategic issues facing aquaculture development and presents a rough estimation of production by the year 2000. The second part reviews developments and trends in some important fields, including environmental interactions, biodiversity and genetics, feed resources, fish health and quarantine, regulatory frameworks, product safety, international trade, and international aid to research and development. The third part reviews production and production trends, as well as main development issues and outlook on a regional basis, for each of seven regions: Asia, Africa, Europe, Former USSR Area, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, and ...Aquaculture Development Beyond 2000: The Bangkok Declaration and Strategy. Conference on Aquaculture Development in the Third Millennium, 20-25 February 2000, Bangkok, Thailand. The first major international Conference on Aquaculture organisedby FAO was held in Kyoto, Japan in 1976. The Conference adoptedthe “Kyoto Declaration on Aquaculture.” In February 2000, some540 participants from 66 countries and more than 200 governmentaland non-governmental organisations participated in the “Conferenceon Aquaculture in the Third Millennium” in Bangkok, Thailand. Thisconference was organised by the Network of Aquaculture Centres inAsia-Pacific (NACA) and the FAO and hosted by the Government ofThailand. Additional support was provided by the European Union(EU), the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID),the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the DanishCentre for Environment and Development (DANCED), the Departmentof Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Australia (AFFA), theRockefeller Brothers Fund, and the World Bank-Netherlands PartnershipProgram. Book Fish products International agreements Legislation Fishery ...Committee on Fisheries - Report of the First Session of the Sub-Committee on Aquaculture, Beijing, People's Republic of China, 18-22 April 2002 At its twenty-fourth session, the Committee on Fisheries (COFI) decided to establish a Sub-Committee on Aquaculture to provide a forum for consultation and discussion on aquaculture and to advise COFI on technical and policy matters related to aquaculture and on the work to be performed by FAO in the subject matter field of aquaculture. At its first session, held in Beijing, People's Republic of China, from 18 to 22 April 2002, the Sub-Committee recognized the important role that aquaculture could play in improving livelihoods, generating income, and stimulating national and regional development, and identified a number of key priority areas for future work: It also acknowledged the current inadequacy of Regular Programme funds to carry out successfully the activities recommended during this session. It requested that the FAO Fisheries Department review its Medium-Term Plan for its compatibility with the recommendations made during this session, and develop new programme entities ...Contribution of the Committee on Fisheries to Global Fisheries Governance 1977-1997 The contribution of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI) to global fisheries governance is presented by identifying trends and issues which formed its work from 1977 to 1997. This Circular describes the establishment and functions of COFI, and the trends and issues for the following topics: Exclusive Economic Zone Programme, Strategy for Management and Development and accompanying Programmes of Action, Vessel and Gear Marking, Food Security, Aquaculture, International Trade, Driftnet Fishing, Sustainability as a Goal, Women in Fisheries, Agenda 21, Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, the Compliance Agreement, the UN Fish Stocks Agreement, FAO Regional Fishery Bodies, Small Island Developing States, Capacity, By-catch and Discards, and Monitoring, Control and Surveillance. The Circular also reviews the manner in which they have been dealt with by the Committee. The document also addresses policy inputs to the Committee for decision making and the major outputs from ...COFI Report of the Twenty-Third Session of the Committee on Fisheries. Rome, Italy, 15-19 February 1999. The twenty-third session of the Committee on Fisheries was held from 15 to 19 February 1999. The Committee stressed the increasingly important role of inland capture fisheries and aquaculture in fish production and human nutrition. In this regard, it emphasized the benefits of integrated resources management, the need to combat adverse impacts on the environment and for enhanced cooperation between fishers, government agencies and other stakeholders. It discussed experiences in implementing the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and, while expressing its appreciation for FAO's efforts to promote the application of the Code, recognized that further assistance would be required if meaningful progress was to be made. Commenting favourably on FAO's implementation of the Fisheries Programme over 1996-98, the Committee strongly recommended that Major Programme 2.3 (Fisheries) should be allocated a substantially increased share of the Organisation's Regular Programme resources. 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