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Sustainable Seas Media Statement On PMCSA’s Future Of Our Fisheries Report

Sustainable Seas Media Statement On PMCSA’s Future Of Our Fisheries Report
“The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor’s recommendations are in line with the Government’s desire for holistic, ecosystem-based fisheries management to support a healthier ocean that provides for future sustainable use. Holistic management ...

Scoop i Politics Sustainable Seas Media Statement On PMCSA’s Future Of Our Fisheries Report “The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor’s recommendations are in line with the Government’s desire for holistic, ecosystem-based fisheries management to support a healthier ocean that provides for future sustainable use.Sustainable Seas evidence shows to achieve a healthier marine ecosystem, effective management of cumulative effects (the way stressors interact and amplify or mitigate each other) is critical.” Notes to editors Blue economy Sustainable Seas Challenge defines a blue economy as being made up of marine activities that create economic value and contribute positively to social, cultural and ecological well-being.Cumulative effects Sustainable Seas Challenge defines cumulative effects as resulting from incremental, accumulating and/or interacting stressors from human activities and natural events that overlap in space and/or time.

Cumulative effects: Can be ecological, social, economic or cultural Arise from single or multiple stressors Can be direct and/or indirect Include those associated with past and present activities and exacerbation associated with climate change strong The vision of Sustainable Seas is for Aotearoa New Zealand to have healthy marine ecosystems that provide value for all New Zealanders.Twitter i Facebook | Instagram | YouTube p NEW ZEALAND POLITICS Gordon Campbell: On Why Emirates Team New Zealand Is A Really, Really Bad Look Now that the patriotic frenzy has died down, maybe we should all look in the mirror and reconsider the implications of our America’s Cup victory being won by a team called “Emirates Team New Zealand”?

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