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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-012
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Investigating social acceptance for the wild catch commercial fishing industry of Southeast Queensland

This research project aimed to develop an engagement strategy that would assist the Southeast Queensland (SEQ) wild catch commercial fishing industry to gain social acceptance, or a Social Licence to Operate (SLO). SLO is needed to maintain access to the resource and market confidence. A scan of...
ORGANISATION:
University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-152
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social Matters Workshop

The project brought together Australian seafood industry social scientists for the first time ever in a specific and dedicated meeting, to discuss our identity, our role in governance, our past and our future. The Social Matters workshop ran over two days and involved 20 scholars, researchers and...
ORGANISATION:
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-158
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Determinates of socially-supported wild-catch and aquaculture fisheries in Australia

Australia’s wild-catch fisheries and aquaculture are increasingly attentive to the importance of having support from communities and stakeholders to ensure their future sustainability and prosperity. This project aimed to identify determinants of socially-supported wild-catch fisheries and...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-300
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social Science and Economics Research Coordination Program (SSERCP)

The SSERCP project has been successful in providing timely and relevant advice to the drafting and reviewing stages of RD&E priorities, projects and reports in order to maximise beneficial outcomes of this investment for fisheries and aquaculture. It has been successful in supporting the FRDC...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-220
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Isolating social and economic objectives within multiple stakeholder fisheries – a case study: the South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery

The South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery (MSF) has sustained extensive management change over time, influencing its demographics. Now fishers in the MSF community are dispersed both physically and in perspective. These factors have made it harder for the MSF to connect with and...
ORGANISATION:
University of Adelaide
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2014-301
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social and economic evaluation of NSW coastal commercial wild-catch fisheries

The professional wild-catch fishing industry contributes to the viability of rural and regional areas in coastal NSW. This Project addresses two key information gaps about the role of professional fishing in coastal communities. First, the wild-catch industry in NSW feels that their role has not...
ORGANISATION:
University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-152
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

NCCP: Building community support for carp control: understanding community and stakeholder attitudes and assessing social effects

The present study, undertaken by University of Canberra, was developed to investigate the potential to engender support for the recommendations included in the NCCP byassessing potential impacts of carp control on different groups, and ensuring key stakeholders are able to access, understand and...
ORGANISATION:
University of Canberra
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