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Introduction Recreational fishing (RF) is defined as the “fishing of aquatic animals (mainly fish) that doesn’t constitute the individual’s primary resource to meet basic nutrition needs and are not generally sold or otherwise traded on export, domestic or black markets.” RF operate ...
Background Climate change is expected to make the situation of sustainable fisheries governance even more urgent and critical. However, the full implications of climate change for international trade of fish and fishery products are not well known and require further study. ...
Landings of sole have declined over the last two decades. Due to its high price and declining landings, as well as a desire by farmers to diversify their operations, there has been substantial interest in the farming of sole in many countries ...
The fisheries sector is constantly debating the key role played by women in the sector’s management and development. This role is particularly relevant in countries such as the Solomon Islands, where a significant proportion of the population relies on fisheries ...
On 25-26 September 2014 Roma Tre University hosted the Global value chains for food and nutrition security Workshop. The event provided the opportunity to present results from ongoing research projects conducted in the organizing institutions as well as to provide a ...
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