Blog “Four personality traits of people who have impact on policy and practice”, in Research to Action

A  blog written by Megan Evans (University of Queensland) and CMS researcher Chris Cvitanovic was recently published by Research in Action  featuring the recent article in Palgrave Communications  “An introduction to achieving policy impact for early career researchers” To read the blog please follow the link: http://www.researchtoaction.org/2018/07/four-personality-traits-of-people-who-have-impact-on-policy-and-practice/

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Bringing seafood governance to the surface – PhD candidate Coco Cullen-Knox research highlighted on UTAS News

Coco talks about her research project on the role of environmental campaigning and media in the governance of seafood and how environmental concerns are formulated, understood, and responded to by different actors. Please find the whole article at: http://www.utas.edu.au/news/2018/5/3/602-bringing-seafood-governance-to-the-surface/

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Operationalising the precautionary principle in developing countries’ fisheries management: the case for differentiation

Project outline and objectives Fishing contributes significantly to the livelihood of coastal communities in many developing countries, through subsistence, artisanal and commercial operations. Over-exploitation of fisheries resources is a major challenge in many of these countries, a consequence of economic imperatives and non-existent or inadequate regulation and enforcement of fishing…

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