Outputs: Case Studies

Putting the Science into Regionalization: The Policy MakerMar 2014
Galicia Case Study Update: New horizons in the co-management of the octopus fisheryJan 2014
Giving European Small-Scale Fisheries a Place: Research Priorities and OpportunitiesJan 2014
Policy Briefing 1: Putting the science in regionalization: Participatory approaches in the new regionalized CFPDec 2013
Steve Mackinson’s Blog: Thoughts on CFP reformFeb 2013
GAP2 North Sea Regionalisation Workshop OutcomesJun 2012
GAP2 workshop on CFP regionalisation in the North SeaMay 2012
6th World Fisheries ConferenceMay 2012
Mediterranean RAC discuss regionalisation of the CFPMay 2012
Steve Mackinson: Fishing industry must play part in CFP reformMar 2012

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