Fisheries Management

Published on
April 11, 2022

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Diego Orellana - International Project Coordinator, UNDP
Kathya Tennison Padovani - Gerente de Calidad y Sistemas de, Vitapro S.A
Braddock Spear - Global Policy Director, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
Carlos Cacao - Vice President - Director, Empresa Pesquera Polar S. A.
Aisla Jones - Fisheries & Aquaculture Manager, Co-op UK


Tools including certification, fishery improvement projects and pre-competitive collaborations like The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership’s supplier roundtables have had a significant impact on driving better management in fisheries across the globe. Many of the remaining unsustainable fisheries can use traditional market-based tools but will also require additional actors and strategies to drive responsible management and reach a target of 75% of global fisheries sustainably managed. Using Ecuador Small Pelagics management as an example, this session will look at how to ensure our collective strategy to improve fisheries management efficiently and effectively addresses the new challenges in front of us.

This presentation was a part of the Seafood2030 Virtual Sustainability Forum | Designing a Global Sustainable Seafood System, which took place from 1-2 Dec 2021.  For more information on Seafood2030 and/or to access additional program content, visit

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