Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

The Canadian Exchange: Scientist Goes Lobster FishingMay 2013
Pablo Pita Orduna’s blog: It’s a Wonderful Life!Mar 2013
GAP2 Exchange: Pablo Pita Orduna’s Australian ExchangeMar 2013
Pablo Pita Orduna’s Blog: Consensus & CamaraderieFeb 2013
Pablo Pita Orduna’s Blog: Shoes, Sharks & Abalone.Feb 2013
Plotting The Path To Spanish SustainabilityNov 2012
Poster presentation on Galicia TURF Model Case StudyJul 2012
First Draft of GAP2 Case Study SynthesisDec 2011
Presentation to Federación Galega de Confrarías de PescadoresJun 2011
Case Study Overview: Galicia TURF ModelJun 2011


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