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Viability and sustainability of small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean / editors by Silvia Salas, María José Barragán-Paladines, Ratana Chuenpagdee
Salas Márquez, Silvia (editora) ; Barragán Paladines, María José (editor) ; Chuenpagdee, Ratana (editora) ;
Cham, Switzerland, German : Springer International Publishing AG , 2019
Bibliotecas: Campeche
SIBE Campeche
ECO040007100 (Disponible)
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One of the main goals in fisheries governance is to promote viability and sustainability in small-scale fishing communities. This is not an easy task given external and internal pressure, including environmental change and competition with other economic sectors searching for development in the coastal region. A comprehensive understanding of small-scale fisheries in their own context, and from a regional perspective, is an important step in supporting the implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries (SSF Guidelines). This book contributes to the global effort by offering knowledge, insights and lessons about small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean. The 20 case studies included in the book make explicit the various dimensions that are intrinsic to small-scale fisheries in the region, and identify conditions and situations that affect the wellbeing of fishing communities. The book offers insights regarding the challenges faced by small-scale fisheries in the region, and, aligning with the objectives of the SSF Guidelines, provides lessons and experiences about how to make small-scale fishing communities viable while maintaining sustainable fisheries. This important book illustrates the complexity, diversity, and dynamics of small-scale fisheries in the Latin American and Caribbean region and presents experiences, tools, and approaches to lead towards sustainable and viable fisheries. The reader will gain a new understanding on the range of actions, approaches, and information needed for their successful management.

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The principles of transdisciplinary research in small-scale fisheries
Said, Alicia ; Chuenpagdee, Ratana (coaut.) ; Aguilar Perera, Alfonso (coaut.) ; Arce Ibarra, Ana Minerva (coaut.) ; Bahadur Gurung, Tek (coaut.) ; Bishop, Bonnie (coaut.) ; Léopold, Mare (coaut.) ; Márquez Pérez, Ana Isabel (coaut.) ; Gomes de Mattos, Sérgio M. (coaut.) ; Pierce, Graham J. (coaut.) ; Nayak, Prateep K. (coaut.) ; Jentoft, Svein (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Transdisciplinarity for small-scale fisheries governance. Analysis and practice Switzerland : Springer-Mare Publications Series, 2018 página 411-431 ISBN:978-3-319-94937-6
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Governability of fisheries and aquaculture: theory and applications / Maarten Bavinck, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Svein Jentoft, Jan Kooiman, editors
Bavinck, Maarten (ed.) ; Chuenpagdee, Ratana (coed.) ; Jentoft, Svein (coed.) ; Kooiman, Jan (coed.) ;
Dordrecht : Springer Science , c2013
Clasificación: 338.372 / G6
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ECO040005535 (Disponible)
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Following in the footsteps of the book Fish for Life – Interactive Governance for Fisheries (Kooiman et al., 2005), and the interdisciplinary approach it presents, this volume illustrates the contribution of interactive governance theory to understanding core fisheries and aquaculture challenges. These challenges are invariably linked to broader concerns such as ecosystem health, social justice, sustainable livelihoods and food security. The central concept in this perspective is governability – the varied capacity to govern fisheries and aquaculture systems sustainably. Many of these systems are characterized by problems that are inherently 'wicked' and therefore difficult to address. The authors of this edited volume argue that responses to such problems must consider context; specifically the character of the fisheries and aquaculture systems themselves, their institutional conditions, and the internal and external interactions that affect them. Drawing on a diverse set of international experiences, the volume offers a new lens and systematic approach to analysing the nature of governance problems and opportunities in fisheries and aquaculture, exploring pressing challenges and identifying potential solutions. ”It now seems clear that the crisis in the world’s fisheries [is] a much larger and more complex problem than many had imagined. Yet, examining it through the lens of governability may offer the best hope for alleviating it--as well as alleviating similar crises in other social systems.”


Part I Introducing Governability
1 Governability - New Directions in Fisheries Governance
2 Theorizing Governability - The Interactive Governance Perspective
Part II Meta Concerns
3 Concerns and Problems in Fisheries and Aquaculture - Exploring Governability
4 Social Justice in the Context of Fisheries - A Governability Challenge
5 Livelihoods in the Context of Fisheries - A Governability Challenge
6 Food Security in the Context of Fisheries and Aquaculture - A Governability Challenge
7 Ecosystem Health in the Context of Fisheries and Aquaculture - A Governability Challenge
Part III Thematic Applications
8 Applying the Governability Concept in Fisheries - Explorations from South Asia
9 Poverty in Lake Victorian Fisheries - Understanding Governability
10 South Indian Trawl Fisheries - Assessing Their Governability
11 Salmon Aquaculture in Canada and Norway - Appraising Governability
12 Marine Protected Areas in the Canary Islands - Improving Their Governability
13 Gender in Galician Shell-Fisheries: Transforming for Governability
Part IV Methodological Approaches
14 Approaches and Tools for Examining Governability
15 The Damage Schedule Approach
16 A Network Perspective on Governing Interactions
17 Working with Principles and Visions
Part V Future Prospects
18 Assessing Governability - What's Next
19 Improving Governability - Reflections for Future Applications
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Coastal fisheries of Latin America and the Caribbean / edited by Silvia Salas, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Anthony Charles y Juan Carlos Seijo
Salas Márquez, Silvia (ed.) ; Chuenpagdee, Ratana (coed.) ; Charles, Anthony (coed.) ; Seijo Gutiérrez, Juan Carlos (coed.) ;
Roma : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations , 2011
Clasificación: 338.372 / C6
Bibliotecas: Campeche , Chetumal
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ECO040004773 (Disponible)
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ECO030007537 (Disponible)
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The importance of fisheries for coastal communities and livelihoods in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is well documented. This is particularly the case for coastal fisheries , including subsistence, traditional (artisanal) and advanced artisanal (or semi-industrial) varieties. There are, however, major gaps in knowledge about these fisheries, and major challenges in their assessment and management. Therein lies the key theme of this document, which seeks to contribute to a better understanding of coastal fisheries in the LAC region, as well as to generate discussion about ways to move towards sustainable fisheries. The document includes three main components. First, an introductory chapter provides an overview of general trends in the fisheries of the LAC countries, as well as some of the key challenges they are facing in terms of sustainability. Second, a set of twelve chapters each reporting on the coastal fisheries of one country in Latin America and the Caribbean, collectively covering fisheries of each main subregion: the Caribbean islands (Barbados, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago), North and Central America (Costa Rica, Mexico) and South America (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay). All these country-specific chapters follow an integrated approach, to the extent possible, covering aspects ranging from the biological to the socio-economic. Third, the final component of the document contains a synthesis of information from the countries examined, an analysis of the main issues and challenges faced by the various fisheries, an outline of policy directions to improve fisheries management systems in the LAC region, identification of routes toward more integrated approaches for coastal fisheries management, and recommendations for ways forward. in dealing with fishery assessment and governance issues in the region.