Book release: Thinking Big about Small-Scale Fisheries in Canada
This e-book is an exceptionally comprehensive exploration of small-scale fisheries in Canada. It includes a tapestry of narratives, perspectives, and research that spans across the country and along its coasts. The diverse voices in this volume illuminate the profound impact of Canadian small-scale fisheries on the social, cultural, and economic fabric of inshore and coastal communities, and their pivotal role as key stewards of Canada’s aquatic ecosystems.
Book release: Dried Fish Matters – Exploring the Social Economy of Dried Fish
This volume, consisting of essays, recipes, stories, and reflections contributed by members of the Dried Fish Matters partnership, provides a commentary on why dried fish matters – to us as researchers, to the communities in which dried fish is produced and consumed, and to the gastronomic heritage of humanity.
New e-book release: Portrait of Small-Scale Fishers in the Philippines￼￼
The Portrait of Small-Scale Fishers in the Philippines’ is an amazing collection of stories about small-scale fishers who make a living from fishing and fishing related activities across the Philippines.
New e-book release: The Gift of Community￼￼
This book is a follow up, or a continuation rather, of the 2019 book titled ‘Life Above Water: Essays on human experiences of small-scale fisheries’. The aim of the the new book is to explain how they come together and how they must be seen as a whole.
New e-book release: Small is scale, big in contributions
This book is a comprehensive guide for small-scale fisheries in Bangladesh for those interested in learning more about this vital sector. It provides an overview of the importance of small-scale fisheries, the challenges they face, and the opportunities they offer.
TOWARD A NEW SOCIAL CONTRACT
The book covers a wide range of concepts and themes that help make sense of small-scale fisheries as an important global phenomenon. Prof. Berkes also shares insightful lessons from his prolific academic life, along with some personal stories about the major twists and turns.
E-book: Small-scale fisheries in Africa – a regional portrait
‘Small-Scale Fisheries in Africa: A Regional Portrait’ aims at presenting what small-scale fisheries in Africa look like, how important they are to the livelihoods of millions of people in the continent, and the challenges they are facing, through the contribution of case study profiles by researchers and practitioners engaged in this region.
In the Era of Big Change
Photo E-book ‘The meaning of small: Diverse values of small-scale fisheries’
The meaning of small: Diverse values of small-scale fisheries A photo e-book to portray the different meaning and importance of small-scale fisheries around the world TBTI has published a “photo e-book” on “The meaning of small: Diverse values of small-scale fisheries”. This volume is coordinated by TBTI the TBTI ‘Diverse SSF Values’ research cluster, which advocates […]
E-book: ‘Inter-Sectoral Governance of Inland Fisheries’
‘Inland SSF’ e-book available for download Inland fisheries are ubiquitous and provide multi-pronged and significant benefits to society. They are also predominantly small-scale, as they appear in diverse forms of capture and culture practices. However, the current status of inland fisheries that reveal both bright spots and deteriorating conditions are insufficiently known, risking underestimation of […]
E-book: Enhancing Stewardship in Small-Scale Fisheries: Practices and Perspectives
The University of the West Indies in partnership with TBTI is glad to present a new e-book titled: “Enhancing Stewardship in Small-Scale Fisheries: Practices and Perspectives”. The e-book explores the notion of stewardship within the framework defined by the TBTI Working group 4 “Enhancing the stewardship”. It recognizes SSF as complex adaptive social-ecological system, and emphasizes that […]