This SAFET session, third in the series, was held online on December 17th, 2020.
Small-scale fisheries provide a livelihood for millions of people, and hundreds of millions depend on wild-caught seafood from such fisheries for their primary nutritional needs.
It’s more important than ever to support and empower fishers, communities, and governments to enable improved data collection methods. As described by session speakers, technologies that enable these innovations are constantly evolving and hold the key to sustainability, climate resilience and better livelihoods in small scale fisheries globally.
Speakers included Dr. John Virdin, Dr. Alex Tilley, Dr. Chris Cusack, Harlisa, and Dr Serge Raemaekers.