There are a number of EAF related projects that are being promoted by FAO these can be accessed below
|The EAF-Nansen Project “Strengthening the Knowledge Base for and Implementing an Ecosystem Approach to Marine Fisheries in Developing Countries” (GCP/INT/003/NOR) is an initiative to support the implementation of the ecosystem approach in the management of marine fisheries. The aim is to promote sustainable utilization of marine living resources and improved protection of the marine environment.|
|The overall goal of the project "Capacity building for an Ecosystem Approach: considering Interaction, including with Marine Mammals" is to contribute to the development of capacity of member countries in the implementation of ecosystem approaches to fisheries management .|
FAO activities in relation to CITES and commercially exploited aquatic species.
This website intends to provide selected and updated information on the work undertaken by the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department on the main issues raised by the harvesting and trade of commercially exploited aquatic species listed in CITES Appendices.
The Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME) Project
Maldives, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, have declared their willingness to work together through the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME) Project and lay the foundations for a coordinated programme of action designed to improve the lives of the coastal populations through improved regional management of the Bay of Bengal environment and its fisheries.