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- Rosie is an environmental communications specialist and works for the marine conservation charity SeaWeb.
- Rosie’s career has involved working with researchers to influence the government and public on a wide variety of issues, ranging from protecting London’s stag beetles to energy efficient public buildings.
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Rosie travelled to Steigen, Norway in April 2013 with British crab fishermen. They visited the Norwegian cod fisheries to explore whether the Norwegian fishermen could teach the British fishers anything new about managing sustainable, viable fisheries for the long-term.
|A Few Fisherman’s Thoughts|
UK Fisher, Kevin Arscott reflects on the GAP2 exchange to Norway...
|Lessons Learned from the Frozen North|
What did the British fishermen learn during their travels to the Norwegian cod fishery? Rosie Magudia reports.
|What the Fishermen Thought: Videos|
What did they really think? Video interviews with the British fishers in Norway on the GAP2 Norway-UK exchange.
|The Fishing Industry in Norway – Today & Yesterday|
Fish processing factories nd fishing villages of olde were just some of the highlights of the GAP2 Norway-UK exchange.
|Quite A Few Men In A Boat: Norway-UK Exchange Continues|
Rosie Magudia is taking part in the GAP2 Norway-UK exchange trip. A video shows the Devon fishermen onboard the Norwegian fishing vessel helping sort cod.
|Smolts & Saithe. First Day of Norway-UK Exchange.|
Rosie Magudia is accompanying a group of fishermen and scientists from the UK case study, as they visit Steigen, Norway.