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SEAwise report on the outcomes of co-design workshop

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posted on 2024-06-03, 07:09 authored by Chantal Lyons, Elle Sibthorpe, Neil Maginnis, Lia ní Aodha, Marloes KraanMarloes Kraan, Dorleta Garcia, Alexander Kempf, Marc Taylor, Isabella Bitetto, Anna RindorfAnna Rindorf

The SEAwise project works to deliver a fully operational tool that will allow fishers, managers, and policy makers to easily apply Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management. This SEAwise report describes the approach taken to co-design an EBFM information system presenting predicted management impact. The co-design was facilitated in a workshop including stakeholders from all SEAwise regions. The participants provided key issues and changes to be made to the SEAwise EBFM Tool and Toolbox, and the two products will be adapted to consider these issues in the coming months.

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Shaping ecosystem based fisheries management

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