Sustainable Fisheries Management

SIDE EVENTS ARCTIC FRONTIERS 

Organised by Marit Reigstad and Alf Hakon Hoel, UiT – the Arctic University of Norway.

What does it take to manage fisheries sustainably?

Drawing on experiences from Arctic shelf seas, this panel will address the critical elements of modern fisheries management. This include scientific work to understand and monitor marine ecosystems and how they are changing, the provision of scientific advice, cooperation between governments on management of transboundary fish stocks, domestic resource management regimes, and robust enforcement practices are important here.

The panel will also visit the new central Arctic Ocean fisheries agreement.

Moderator: Magnus Johannesson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Iceland

Panelists:

  • Ambassador David Balton, Wilson Center, Washington DC
  • Secretary General Anne Christine Brusendorff, The International Council for the Eploration of the Sea (ICES)
  • Professor Marit Reigstad, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • Professor Alf Håkon Hoel, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

 

Date: 28.01.2020

Place: Clarion Hotel, The Edge

Time: 18:15 – 19:15



Photo: Christian Morel/
www.christianmorel.net

 

Arctic Frontiers

More information about the event here