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Our fisheries, our future. Sustainable fishing in the developing world



‘Our fisheries, our future’ follows three developing world fisheries, (the Gambia red and black sole, Mexico red rock lobster, and Maldives skipjack tuna fisheries), that are using the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program to improve their management, improve their environmental outcomes, increase their access to markets and so enhance their economic and social welfare.

The fishers, managers and other stakeholders of the respective fisheries speak in their own words about how they became involved with the MSC program; the progress they have made in improving and developing the fishery; how they secured funding for their improvement plan and certification; and the benefits and impacts of involvement in the program, in environmental, social and economic terms.

Find out more at http://www.msc.org/developingworld

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  • 'Our fisheries, our future' follows three developing world fisheries, (the Gambia red and black sole, Mexico red rock lobster, and Maldives skipjack tuna fisheries), that are using the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program to improve their management, improve their environmental outcomes, increase their access to markets and so enhance their economic and social welfare.
    The fishers, managers and other stakeholders of the respective fisheries speak in their own words about how they became involved with the MSC program; the progress they have made in improving and developing the fishery; how they secured funding for their improvement plan and certification; and the benefits and impacts of involvement in the program, in environmental, social and economic terms.

  • 'Our fisheries, our future' follows three developing world fisheries, (the Gambia red and black sole, Mexico red rock lobster, and Maldives skipjack tuna fisheries), that are using the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program to improve their management, improve their environmental outcomes, increase their access to markets and so enhance their economic and social welfare.
    The fishers, managers and other stakeholders of the respective fisheries speak in their own words about how they became involved with the MSC program; the progress they have made in improving and developing the fishery; how they secured funding for their improvement plan and certification; and the benefits and impacts of involvement in the program, in environmental, social and economic terms.

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