AMEP & SPAW Programme Officers to present on several issues at 69th GCFI Annual Conference

7 - 11 November 2016, Grand Cayman

Update 11/8/16: Agenda, AMEP & SPAW presentations now available.

As we conclude our Pollution and Biodiversity Technical Meetings in Miami, AMEP and SPAW Programme Officers along with the SPAW Regional Activity Centre will be presenting on several issues at the GCFI Annual Conference in Cayman.

Discussions on Marine Litter, Research Priorities for Pollution, Marine Protected Areas, Sargassum and data and information management will all benefit from input from Secretariat staff.

The 69th GCFI conference will focus on applying fishers’ knowledge and marine science to solve problems by bringing multiple users of ocean resources together to make informed and coordinated decisions about how to sustainably use these resources and fit this knowledge into Marine Protected Area management. The emphasis will be on the practical, interdisciplinary, and ecosystem-based approaches, to managing recreational fisheries and marine protected areas (MPAs). Addressing larval connectivity, fisheries management, conservation, whilst fostering improved marine resource management throughout the Wider Caribbean Region.

For more information please visit https://www.gcfi.org/Conferences/69th/GrandCayman_en.html.