In 1988, the United States and Russia signed an agreement around mutual fisheries relations, establishing the U.S.–Russia Intergovernmental Consultative Committee. The agreement primarily aims to maintain a fisheries relationship that benefits both countries.
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3:00pm – 4:00pm GMT At this Fish Night on International Women’s Day, we will hear from women working in the seafood industry, in practical and research roles, in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Our speakers will share their insights and experience of the roles and practices of women and men in the sector, gender…
Throughout this report the importance of verification with traceability systems is discussed, and specifically noted on page 14. Additionally, this report analyses gaps in the current traceability standards and regulations worldwide.
This document contains an overview of the WWF Network’s Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. Page 10 has specific guidance on how to create an action plan by identifying goals, objectives, and activities.
A collaboration of key factors driving fisheries governance have been defined in this document, holding stakeholders at the core and refining the goals for effective processes. Connected by three components (policy, capacity, and performance) guidance forms a layered approach to evaluating current fisheries management structure and track governance progress.
Implementation of technological systems requires time and money, and, when allocated appropriately, can lead to increased understanding of the operating systems and their management. A brief breakdown of the stages, methods, time frames, and costs within developing traceability systems are presented, showing the requirements of each stage and the process from start to finish.
Effective use of scaling-up in projects has the ability to improve the overall operation of pilot programmes, by fostering policy developments for long-term, lasting effects. This document can be used to help form a direct and well-planned approach to policy implementation within pilot programmes, improving the productivity and longevity of projects.
This guide highlights how supply chain mapping allows a company to trace the chain of custody – and points of accountability – at all levels of production, from harvesting or procurement of raw materials, to processing and packaging, to final sale.