CABFISHMAN is developing resources that will be available to the small-scale fishing sector, policy makers, industry leaders, environmental organisations, members of the scientific community, and all other individuals with an interest in the project. These tools will be available beyond the duration of the project, ensuring a lasting, useful legacy.
Such resources will offer a wide scope of benefits, including:
Through this tool development we are able to establish clear routes to access information that are applicable to all stakeholders, allowing for long-term collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Our Engagement Team transforms the results of the CABFISHMAN project into practical information that stakeholders can use. This team aims to quickly and efficiently develop methods for more sustainable fishing in the Northeast Atlantic.
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.
To understand practices used by small-scale fisheries across the Northeast Atlantic, we are analysing and evaluating existing fisheries data to create a resource for all stakeholders in the form of a map depicting small-scale fisheries activity.