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.
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.
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.
Blue Justice for Small-Scale Fisheries – A Global Scan, Volume 1 Editors: Vesna Kerezi, Dorota Kinga Pietruszka & Ratana Chuenpagdee Publisher: TBTI Global Small-scale fisheries provide livelihoods and food security
Transdisciplinary Fisheries Sciences for Blue Justice: The Need to Go Between, Across and Beyond Panel organizers: Milena Arias Schreiber, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Ratana Chuenpagdee, Department
The objective of the transdisciplinary (TD) training program is to expose participants to a range of issues, challenges and concerns related to fisheries and ocean sustainability, especially those affecting small-scale