The broad scope of CABFISHMAN’s research partners and stakeholders means that clear, concise communication between all parties is central to the success of the project. To achieve this, our Communication Team tailors outputs of the project to suit each of our key audiences in fisheries, science, policy and the environmental sector.
Work undertaken by the Communication Team includes:
Our communicators work closely with the Coordination Team and Engagement Team to facilitate open productive interaction between all invested parties.
An in-depth assessment of the economic, social, biological, and cultural benefits of a healthy ecosystem in the Northeast Atlantic will enable us to make recommendations for ecosystem-led fisheries management.
To maintain ecosystem integrity and identify areas of high pressure on biodiversity, we are assessing the impacts of small-scale fishing activities across the Northeast Atlantic. This information will help develop measures that will secure fishing resources long into the future.
Our analysis looks beyond fisheries as a source of food to consider their natural and cultural heritage values, allowing stakeholders to account for the real socioeconomic impact of fisheries and marine ecosystems across the region.