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Friday, 13 March 2015

Ripples from Pacific fisheries forums to be felt globally

The future management of 30 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean, one of the world’s most significant fisheries zones will be under review at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) in Noumea, New Caledonia. The forum will discuss the role of communities in coastal fisheries and natural resource management, and how community-level action can contribute to national systems addressing future food security and livelihoods.The Pacific coastal fisheries catch is estimated at 155,000 tonnes per year, and is valued at US$320-500 million. European Union (EU) support for fisheries in the Pacific is on the agenda. There will be a session on achievements and lessons learned from the conclusion of the EU-funded SciCOFish Project, and consideration of a potential new EU fisheries partnership for the region.

Source: pacificscoop.co.nz