Project number: 2005-321
Project Status:
Completed
Budget expenditure: $30,000.00
Principal Investigator: Jane Stewart
Organisation: Sustain Ability International Pty Ltd (SAI)
Project start/end date: 8 Nov 2005 - 31 Dec 2006
Contact:
FRDC

Need

It is becoming more and more evident that today’s modern consumers are disconnected from the social, economic and environmental impacts of their consumption habits. Although the fisheries industry, along with a number of other Australian industries, has started to explore some of these key issues, no research has been undertaken to look at the full picture here in Australia. This pilot project will address Challenge 6 of the FRDC’s Strategy by investigating a range of issues associated with the production and consumption across the fisheries industry. It will produce reference information that covers a range of issues relevant to the fisheries industry.

Objectives

1. To research the interconnected issues of production and consumption across the fisheries industry
2. To incorporate this information into a program covering chains of production and consumption across all major industries in Australia.

Related research

Environment
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2020-067
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

SeSAFE – Delivering Industry Safety through Electronic Learning

1. INFORM, via an independent review, the design and application of user-pay funding models in Australian primary industries, the potential for a similar model to be introduced by SeSAFE in the fishing and aquaculture industry, and steps recommended to realise this outcome.
ORGANISATION:
Smart Fishing Consulting