Monday 5
Achieving Resilience in Small-Scale Fisheries : Applying Emerging Frontiers in Social-Ecological Systems Research
John Kittinger, Elena Finkbeiner, Christina Hicks
› 11:05 - 18:00 (6h55)
› IFREMER Sète
Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of small-scale fisheries: an introduction
John Kittinger  1, 2@  , Elena Finkbeiner  3@  , Natalie Ban  4@  , Kenny Broad  5@  , Mark Carr  6@  , Joshua Cinner  7@  , Stefan Gelcich  8, 9@  , Myriah Cornwell  10@  , J. Zachary Koehn  1@  , Xavier Basurto  11@  , Rod Fujita  12@  , Margaret Caldwell  1@  , Larry Crowder  1@  
1 : Stanford University, Center for Ocean Solutions  (Stanford COS)  -  Website
99 Pacific Street, Suite 555E Monterey, CA 93940 Phone: 831-333-2077 -  États-Unis
2 : Hawaii Fish Trust, Conservation International
Conservation International 7192 Kalanianaole Hwy, Ste G-230 Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 -  États-Unis
3 : Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station  -  Website
120 Oceanview Blvd., Pacific Grove, CA 93950 USA -  États-Unis
4 : University of Victoria
5 : The Leonard and Jayne Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy, University of Miami  -  Website
1365 Memorial Drive #230, Ungar Building, Coral Gables, FL, 33146 -  États-Unis
6 : Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Santa Cruz, Long Marine Lab
100 Shaffer R, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 USA -  États-Unis
7 : ARC Center of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
8 : Departamento de Ecología, Facultad de Ciencias Biologicas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Casilla, 114-D, Chile  (PUC)
9 : Centro de Conservacion Marina & Laboratorio Internacional en Cambio Global, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
10 : The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
343 Second Street, Los Altos, CA 94022 USA -  États-Unis
11 : Duke Marine Lab, Nicholas School of the Environment  -  Website
Duke University, Beaufort, NC 28516 USA -  États-Unis
12 : Environmental Defense Fund  (EDF)
Environmental Defense Fund, 123 Mission Street, 28th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105 USA -  États-Unis

Small-scale fisheries (SSF) account for most of the livelihoods associated with fisheries worldwide and support food security for millions globally, yet face critical challenges from local threats and global pressures. This introductory talk will describe how emerging concepts from social-ecological systems thinking can illuminate potential solutions to challenges facing SSF management, for three key themes: (1) external drivers of change; (2) social-ecological traps; and (3) diagnostic approaches and multiple outcomes in SSF. The purpose of this talk is to introduce how theoretical and empirical research in social-ecological systems and resilience can aid practitioners by making these concepts more operational. Our overarching goal is to stimulate discussion and innovative ideas about how social-ecological systems and resilience thinking can inform a transition towards sustainability in small-scale fisheries. This is the introductory talk to the session entitled: “Achieving Resilience in Small-Scale Fisheries: Applying Emerging Frontiers in Social-Ecological Systems Research.”


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