18 Months In – GAP2’s Achievements So Far

The GAP2 Project has now been running for 18 months. From Norway to Italy, Spain to Estonia, GAP2 scientists, fishermen, fishing industry representatives and policy makers have been exploring how they can work together more closely to manage European fisheries more sustainably.

The results so far have been exciting, ranging from the discovery of new species of whitefish using fishermen’s knowledge, to the Mayor of Chioggia (Italy)’s commitment to a more collaborative approach to future fisheries management.

This pdf document, comprising the Executive Summary to the project’s official 18 month report, gives a brief overview of GAP2’s achievements so far; the report was contributed to by all GAP2 partners.


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