Fisheries change often carries its own financial rewards. Many reforms and changes which support conservation also result in higher profits and revenue streams for the involved businesses. This makes fisheries a potentially attractive investment arena for many commercial investors, once reform projects are properly structured and agreed upon between conservationists and the involved businesses. As commercial investors and social investors become more involved in the field of fisheries, the scale of the impacts that can be achieved is expected to expand. Foundations in the field are now looking to support this transition from fisheries conservation as a purely philanthropic investment to a blended conservation and business investment by encouraging non-profits, social change leaders and business entrepreneurs to create innovatively structured projects that can both build value for private investors and improve the speed and scale of fisheries conservation impacts. This report aims to support this transition, by providing information about and high-lighting the work of those at the forefront of innovative fisheries finance.
Title: Towards Sustainable Fisheries Management: International Examples of Innovation
Publication date 2010-01-01
Publication Year 2010
, Remy Garderet
Marine Resources Assessment Group (MRAG), Ltd.
, Prince's Charities: International Sustainability Unit
Africa (Southern) / South Africa
, Australia / Australia
, Europe (Northern) / Iceland
, Europe (Scandinavia) / Norway
, North America / Canada
, North America / United States (Western) / Alaska
, Asia (Southeastern) / Vietnam
, Australia / New Zealand
, South America (Southwestern) / Chile
, Africa (Western) / Senegal
, Africa (Southeastern) / Mozambique
, Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
, Europe (Western) / Scotland
, Oceania / Kiribati
, Oceania / Fiji
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