TBTI Japan launches a TD committee

TBTI Japan has launched a transdisciplinary committee for a small-scale fisheries white paper project, which will be officially released during the Small-Scale Fisheries Regional Symposium for Asia Pacific in April of 2024. The first committee meeting was also featured in the Fisheries Daily on Nov 28, 2023.

Blue Justice – Alert to Action

Join a global campaign to help bring awareness about injustices in small-scale fisheries around the world, by submitting to us a short video recording (2-3 minutes) of fishers’ and communities’ voices about Blue Justice.

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.

Assessing the Risks, Vulnerability, and Response Capacity in the Fishing Communities of Telchac Harbor and Dzilam de Bravo, Mexico

This Spring, the CINVESTAV-Merida fisheries lab, in collaboration with TBTI Global, organized two workshops that focused on the risks, vulnerability, and response capacity in the Dzilam de Bravo and Telchac Puerto fishing communities in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico.

2024 SSF Regional Symposium

We are pleased to share with you the announcement of the “2024 SSF Regional Symposium” Series, which will be jointly organized by TBTI Global and the local partners. The Symposium is an all-encompassing space to share stories, experiences, and lessons about small-scale fisheries, as well as to discuss and explore options and opportunities for supporting sustainable small-scale fisheries. The theme for the 2024 SSF Regional Symposium is ‘Bright Spots ~ Hope Spots.’

Podcast: Connecting to the Ocean

While publications and presentations remain the main channels for research dissemination, the need to engage audiences using different methods and alternative forms of media is increasingly recognized. Podcasts are one of those new option, offering opportunities for informal conversation and for making different types of connection.