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Authors: Graciela Pereira, Helga Josupeit January 2017 This is a report on the size of the market for Caribbean spiny lobster (Panulirus argus), the biggest market players (traders, retailers, restaurant chains) and their relationship to producers in Central America in order to contentualize the market for Caribbean spiny lobster. General aspects of the lobster market are discussed in detail, including all types of lobster species and harvesting methods used in the geographic area under analysis. Related links: Lobster Market Reports
Author: Torrie, M.; Oceans cover around 70 percent of the earth, hold 97 percent of the earth's water, produce more than half of the atmosphere's oxygen and sequester large quantities of carbon. This report looks at the policy interactions between the fishery, oil and gas and seabed-mining sectors through a policy review of four case countries: Norway, Namibia, Angola and Indonesia.
Author: Urbani, R.; Fishery products are still among the most extensively traded commodities in the world. For this reason, and also owing to their perishable nature, most countries have strict regulations and border inspection procedures. Freshness, hygiene and packaging, as well as accompanying documentation, are rigorously checked. The substantial variation among the standards and regimes of importing countries constitutes one of the most serious difficulties for exporters in the international market of fish and fishery products.  ...
This report provides a global overview and synthesis of studies on perceptions of aquaculture in both developed and developing countries. Its aim is to better understand the main concerns of the public and diverse stakeholder groups.  The second part provides recommendations for policy-makers, the industry and other stakeholders on improving public understanding of aquaculture and on the roles various actors can play in this process.
Women participate in all segments of the seafood industry, including fishing, farming, trading and selling, monitoring and administration. But the widespread lack of consideration for their role and work in the seafood industry is, in many respects, disadvantageous to them and ultimately bars them from participating fully and equitably in the industry. The primary aim of this report is to increase awareness of business leaders and policy makers, to expand their knowledge and sensitization about...
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