FarFish se presenta en el número de enero de la revista del sector pesquero español Industrias Pesqueras, el artículo está disponible aquí. EN FarFish is presented in the January issue of the Spanish fisheries industry magazine Industrias Pesqueras, the article is available in Spanish here.
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University of São Paulo (USP) is one of the 21 partners in the FarFish project and the case study leader for the southwest Atlantic high-seas case study. The contribution of USP has been extreemly important for FarFish and has linked the project with the prorities of the Belém statement on Atlantic Research and Innovation Cooperation […]
One of many FarFish project outputs is the development a European voluntary CEN (European committee for standardization) standard that will be published as a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) after going through an open CEN process. The focus of this standard is to provide guidelines for the development of so-called Management Recommendations for the EU fleet […]
EN FarFish has published an animated video that reviews the progress and main outcomes of the project. The video is also available with Spanish subtitles here: FarFish final animated video – Spanish and French subtitles here: FarFish final animated video – French SP FarFish ha publicado un video animado que resume el progreso y los […]
The FarFish project has published a policy brief on the external dimension of the common fisheries policy. The policy brief provides a review and context on the external dimension of the CFP, discusses Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreements (SFPAs), scientific knowledge and sectoral support, regional approaches. The policy brief does as well identify where the EU […]
The FarFish project has published a shiny app where project outcomes are presented in a visual and easily understandable way. The app gives insight into the work done within the project by reviewing the six case studies, providing background for state-of-art and the scientific advice available. It also identifies the stakeholder interaction done within FarFish, […]
The FarFish project hosted a workshop on June 29th 2021 where experts from 13 research organizations discussed issues related to small pelagics and environmental forcing in the west of Africa (within the CECAF – Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic region). A summary report from the workshop has now been published and all of […]
One of many outputs from the FarFish project is the FarFish DLM tool, which is a software tool that enables users to estimate stock size of fish species and level of sustainable exploitation with limited data availability. The FarFish DLM tool and user guide is available on the FarFish website here: Software Tools The FarFish […]
The FarFish final conference will be held online on November 10th, starting at 9:00 Central European Time and lasting for 4 hours. The conference consists of 13 short presentations on the progress made in the project over the past 4 ½ years and panel discussions on the significance and impact of the FarFish results. The […]
The FarFish project has now come to an end, after 4 ½ 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 distant water […]
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