Understanding the Cultures of Fishing Communities
  • Release Date : 07 December 2021
  • Publisher : Food & Agriculture Org.
  • Genre : Fish culture
  • Pages : 287 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9251046069
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Download or read book entitled Understanding the Cultures of Fishing Communities by author: James R. McGoodwin which was release on 07 December 2021 and published by Food & Agriculture Org. with total page 287 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Small-scale fishing accounts for almost 95% of the world's fishing, and it has been estimated that small-scale fishing activities support the livelihoods of more than 200 million people worldwide. The purpose of this document is to help fisheries officials gain a clearer understanding of the cultures of small-scale fishing communities. It is hoped this will enable the development of more successful management policies and practices, and empower people in such communities to improve their livelihoods. The document highlights the importance of sustaining the rights of access to resources, and the integration of cultural considerations into fisheries management policies. It includes six case studies from distinct cultural regions of the world.

Nordic coastal fisheries and communities

Nordic coastal fisheries and communities

Author : Jónas R. Viðarsson,Marvin Ingi Einarsson,Sigurður Örn Ragnarsson,Unn Laksá,Rannvá Danielsen,Audun Iversen,Edgar Henriksen,Tønnes Berthelsen, Heather Manuel,Tom Brown,David Decker, Henrik S. Lund, Bengt Larson,Carl-Axel Ottosson
Publisher : Nordic Council of Ministers
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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