As GAP2 fishermen, scientists and policy makers travel around the world to learn more about successful collaboration, you can follow their progress by reading their blogs. And if you you want to get involved yourself – find out more the GAP2 Exchange here.
- Martin was the first director of the Wageningen UR Centre for Marine Policy, and a previous chair of of the ICES Advisory Committee on Fishery Management.
- He has over 14 years research, focusing on stakeholder participation in fisheries management, and is an experienced science communicator.
- Email: Martin.Pastoors@wur.nl
Martin is now working with the Canadian Fisheries Research Network to better understand what this successful, active collaboration between scientists and industry across Canada, driven by industry, can teach the GAP2 project.
|Martin Pastoor’s Blog: Learning the Canadian way|
Martin Pastoors talks about the upcoming GAP2 Canadian exchange trip to the annual meeting of the CFRN.
|Martin Pastoor’s blog: Different projects, similar challenges|
Martin has been at the second annual meeting of the MYFISH project. A project with several differences but also similarities to GAP2...
|GAP2 Exchange: Martin Pastoors’ Canadian Exchange|
During the first half of 2013, GAP2 is conducting an exchange programme as Work Package 3 leader and Wageningen University scientist, Martin Pastoors will be working with the Canadian Fisheries Research Network (CFRN)
|Martin Pastoors’ Blog: GAP2 meets the CFRN (presentation)|
GAP2 Scientist and work package 3 leader, Martin Pastoors has been in Canada, learning about (and from) the Canadian Fisheries Research Network (CFRN)...
|Martin Pastoors’ Blog: CFRN’s Cliffhangers, Elephants & Science|
Martin Pastoors in Canada, gives an overview of the Canadian Fisheries Research Network annual meeting - cliffhangers and all!
|Martin Pastoors’ Blog: Canada’s Participatory Research Futures|
Martin Pastoors reflects on a workshop exploring future careers for academics interested in participatory research in Canada. How can this approach develop in Canada?
|Martin Pastoors’ Blog: Connecting with Canada|
Martin Pastoors explains how the Canadian Fisheries Research Network and the European GAP2 project share goals and can collaborate.