Warming oceans are changing Australia’s fishing industry – CMS researchers published article in the Conversation

CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl  and researchers Dr Alistair Hobday  and Dr Beth Fulton published an article in The Conversation featuring how warming oceans are changing Australia’s fishing industry. To read the whole article go to the link: https://theconversation.com/warming-oceans-are-changing-australias-fishing-industry-98301 The article is based on a recently published report by FAO on the…

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Climate ready: identifying adaptation preparedness in Australia’s State fisheries

Project outline and objectives: Long-term climate changes can have a range of potential effects, both positive and negative, on human economies and ecosystem services. Currently, Australian state fisheries management plans and practices do not explicitly consider the effects of long-term climate change, and management options appropriate for climate change remain…

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Fisheries and the Sustainable Development Goals: working towards a comprehensive framework

Project Outline and objectives: 2015 is the year the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals will be published. The 17 goals are an ambitious and exciting step toward sustainable development, yet there remain a number of key challenges relating to implementation, governance, community uptake, understanding, monitoring and evaluation. Case studies are…

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