In a recent development, the European Innovation Partnership for Agriculture (EIP-Agri) published practice abstracts about the results of the SUREFISH project. These abstracts are expected to provide insights into the project’s outcomes and impact on the fisheries sector in the Black Sea region.
The SUREFISH project, funded by PRIMA, aimed to improve the sustainability of fisheries in the Black Sea region by adopting an ecosystem-based approach. The project involved collaboration between scientists, policymakers, and local stakeholders to develop and implement sustainable fisheries management practices.
The practice abstracts were published by EIP-Agri are expected to highlight the key findings and outcomes of the SUREFISH project, as well as provide practical recommendations for improving the sustainability of fisheries in the Black Sea region. These abstracts are available online and accessible to a wide range of stakeholders, including policymakers, researchers, and members of the public.
According to Simona Mincione, IPR and Exploitation manager, the publication of these practice abstracts is an important step towards improving the sustainability of fisheries in the Black Sea region. “We are delighted that the results of the SUREFISH project will be made available to a wider audience through the publication of these practice abstracts. We believe that the insights and recommendations contained in these abstracts will be of great value to policymakers, researchers, and stakeholders who are working to improve the sustainability of fisheries in the region,” she said.
The publication of these practice abstracts is part of EIP-Agri’s ongoing efforts to promote sustainable agriculture and fisheries practices across Europe.
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