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MINOUW

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Verkefnanúmer: 634495
Styrkur í samræmi við: H2020-EU.3.2. - SOCIETAL CHALLENGES - Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine, maritime and inland water research, and the bioeconomy

Science, Technology, and Society Initiative to minimize Unwanted Catches in European Fisheries

Upphafsdagur

Lokadagur

Staða

1.mars 2015

28.febrúar 2019

Í gangi

Um verkefnið:

Heildarkostnaður
EUR 6.239.622,38

Viðfangsefni:
SFS-09-2014 - Towards a gradual elimination of discards in European fisheries

Heildarstyrkur
EUR 5.904.029,50

Styrkur sóttur í:
H2020-SFS-2014-2

Stýrt af:
Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas

Tegund styrks:
RIA - Research and Innovation action
 

Nánari upplýsingar um verkefnið má finna hér.

Heimasíða verkefnis: MINOUW

Markmið

The complexity of the problem of banning discards and bringing all unwanted catches to land makes it necessary to follow a multi-actor approach, whereby scientists, fisheries technologists, fish producers and NGOs work collaboratively to provide the scientific and technical basis to achieve the gradual elimination of discards in European marine fisheries. The project’s overall objective is to minimise unwanted catches by incentivising the adoption of fishing technologies and practices that reduce pre-harvest mortality and post-harvest discards, while avoiding damage to sensitive marine species and habitats. The general approach is based on technical/technological and socioeconomic solutions on a case-by-case analysis of the main types of European fisheries. The project will analyze existing and potential discard-mitigating innovative technologies in workshop roundtables with participation of fishers, technologists and scientists. The technologies selected will be tested in field trials to experimentally assess their efficiency: among other, improved precatch identification with observational technologies and pre-harvest loss reduction by gear modification and switching to light impact gear. The results will be analyzed in terms of technological advances, marketability and cost-benefit analysis. Other actions included in the project are social and economic instruments to incentivise selective fishing and discourage discarding practices, such as ecolabelling, fisheries certification and promoting awareness among industry and consumers, and mathematical modelling of ecosystem effects of unwanted catches reduction.

Verkefnastýring (e. Coordinator)

Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC)      Spain

Þátttakendur

Styrkþegar:

Consiglio Nazionale Delle Richerche (CNR)

Italy

Háskóli Íslands

Iceland

WWF European Policy Programme AISBL (WWF)

Belgium

Illes Balears (DGMRM) – fær ekki styrk

Spain

Centro De Ciencias Do Mar Do Algarve (CCMAR)

Portugal

Havforskningsinstituttet (IMR)

Norway

Concorzio Per Il Cenro Interuniversitario Di Biologia Marina Ed Ecologia Applicata G. Bacci (CIBM)

Italy

Hellenic Centre For Marine Research (HCMR)

Greece

Universidad Del Pais Vasco/ Euskal Herriko Univertsitatea (UPV/ EHU)

Spain

Nisea Societa Cooperativea (NISEA)

Italy

Proyectos Biologicos Y Technicos

Spain

University of York (UoY)

United Kingdom

Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research Limited (IOLR)

Israel

Helsingin Yliopisto (UH)

Finland

 

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