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BLOG: Creating waves for small-scale fisheries - three approaches to help ensure small-scale fishers are not left behind in ambitious new development agendas --> http://www.iied.org/creating-waves-for-small-scale-fisheries

"How can the global ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals be met with local action to support small-scale fisheries?" asks IIED researcher Dave Steinbach.
Dave Steinbach identifies three approaches to help ensure small-scale fishers are not left behind in ambitious new development agendas
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On 1 December, IIED is hosting FishNight 4, an event in London that will look at the governance of the high seas.

The guest speaker is Emily Penn, an architect turned ocean advocate and skipper who rounded the globe on a record-breaking bio-fuelled boat. She has spent six years at sea, exploring and discovering oceanic gyres – huge areas of plastic accumulation - and co-founded Pangaea Explorations, an organisation dedicated to marine education, conservation and exploration via a 72-foot sailing vessel.

The event has been organised in partnership with Ibex Earth and Blue Ventures, and will include a question-and-answer session moderated by IIED director Andrew Norton. Register for FishNight 4 --> https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/governing-our-high-seas-why-now-tickets-29247892233
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