Reconciling stakeholder conflicts in managing fish resources through integrating biological and socio-economic perspectives

Date of holding: 13/12/2017

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Seminars planned in collaboration with ECOBAS (Economics and Business Administration for Society)

Sustainable use of renewable natural resources is a goal shared by scientists, policy makers, and stakeholders, but inherent conflicts between objectives (i.e., between extractive use, employment, profitability, and conservation) regularly create problems in achieving it. Could recognizing that seemingly conflicting objectives are compatible promote stakeholder consensus? Here we outline a quantitative approach to reconciling stakeholder conflicts through integrated assessments in marine fisheries.

Mr. Mikko Heino
University of Bergen & International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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