Kate Brooks, Fisheries RDC & ANU, Part 1 – ‘Australia’s fishing industry – who’s in control’

… As these presentations that came before me pointed out, in the last decade or so we’ve seen an increasing contraction of the industry. Um, … as a result of, er … increased focus on

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Sustainable Oceans & Seas – Full Video

Volcanoes of long ago thrust these islands up from the water, forming the country of New Zealand. Today four and a half million people, with a proud indigenous heritage blended with immigrants, cherish their rich

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Volcanoes of long ago thrust these islands up from the water, forming the country of New Zealand. Today four and a half million people, with a proud indigenous heritage blended with immigrants, cherish their rich

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Sustainable Oceans & Seas – Full Video

Volcanoes of long ago thrust these islands up from the water, forming the country of New Zealand. Today four and a half million people, with a proud indigenous heritage blended with immigrants, cherish their rich

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Volcanoes of long ago thrust these islands up from the water, forming the country of New Zealand. Today four and a half million people, with a proud indigenous heritage blended with immigrants, cherish their rich

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Anthony Smith, CSIRO, ‘Sustainability of Australian fisheries from a global perspective’

Anthony Smith, CSIRO, ‘Sustainability of Australian fisheries from a global perspective’

To. I guess, cut to the chase and summarise the talk before I even give it. This is basically a good news story; which might actually come as a little bit of a surprise to

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To. I guess, cut to the chase and summarise the talk before I even give it. This is basically a good news story; which might actually come as a little bit of a surprise to

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Trailblazers: The New Zealand Story – Fishing Reforms & Sustainability

Trailblazers: The New Zealand Story – Fishing Reforms & Sustainability

One by one, Rogernomics was transforming many industries. It was now time to reform the fishing industry. In 1986, the government, scientists and the fishing community worked together to come up with a new system

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One by one, Rogernomics was transforming many industries. It was now time to reform the fishing industry. In 1986, the government, scientists and the fishing community worked together to come up with a new system

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James Findlay, AFMA  – ‘Commonwealth fisheries management – what’s beyond sustainability’

James Findlay, AFMA – ‘Commonwealth fisheries management – what’s beyond sustainability’

I’ll start with a quick story, a number of years ago I amongst a couple of other people sitting in this room were sitting in a meeting with some proponents, for a developmental fishing proposal.

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I’ll start with a quick story, a number of years ago I amongst a couple of other people sitting in this room were sitting in a meeting with some proponents, for a developmental fishing proposal.

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Robert Curtotti: Fishery status reporting — informing the sustainability debate

Robert Curtotti: Fishery status reporting — informing the sustainability debate

Thanks, Patrick for that introduction. There’s many angles to sustainability as we know so we can talk about the biological sustainability of stocks, the sustainability of the ecosystems in which these stocks exist, the economic

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Thanks, Patrick for that introduction. There’s many angles to sustainability as we know so we can talk about the biological sustainability of stocks, the sustainability of the ecosystems in which these stocks exist, the economic

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