Including relationships improve fisheries management

Bioeconomic models guiding small-scale fisheries development programmes exclude important interactions between fishers, traders and consumers. This may increase existing inequalities. A social-ecological model that includes these complex relationship dynamics substantially improves accuracy in predicting fishery outcomes. Climate change is set to seriously impact small-scale fisheries, reducing catches and altering the distribution of many species that are crucial to the livelihoods of millions around the world….

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