The FarFish project has now come to an end, after four and a half years of intensive research and innovation involving close to 200 scientists and stakeholders from across the world. Multidisciplinary team of experts from research, academia, governance & policy, fishing industry and NGO sectors have collaborated to contribute to more sustainable and profitable fisheries in long-distance waters. The project consortium has now published a “legacy booklet” to give an overview of the work done within the project and to present the main results. The legacy booklet is available here.
The FarFish final conference will be held online on November 10th. Agenda and registration is available on here.