Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2022-171
DATE START/END: 30 AUG 2023 - 30 MAY 2024

Global review: Incentivising small and medium scale aquaculture businesses to measure and report Environmental, Social, and Governance outcomes

This application was developed through a call from HDR to address ESG reporting in aquaculture SMEs across Australia. To comprehensively understand the state of play in this area the approach needs to begin with a global review of (country and/or state level) of successful and unsuccessful...
ORGANISATION:
Nautilus Collaboration Pty Ltd
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2022-021
DATE START/END: 9 OCT 2022 - 29 JUN 2023

Review of approaches for determining commercial fisheries compensation

Background Economic growth, industrial development, including the use of the marine environment for extractive purposes, growing population, and increased protection of marine areas for conservation purposes all contribute to an increasing level of competition for Western Australia’s limited marine...
ORGANISATION:
Synergies Economic Consulting
Industry
Adoption
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-766
DATE START/END: 25 OCT 2012 - 13 DEC 2012

SCRC: SeaFOOD magazine evaluation

The Seafood CRC publishes a magazine called SeaFOOD for members, marketers, processors and retailers. Five editions have been produced and it is now important that the magazine is properly evaluated to determine whether the magazine should continue to be produced until the end of the CRC.
ORGANISATION:
University of South Australia
People
Industry
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2021-130
DATE START/END: 27 OCT 2022 - 29 OCT 2023

Upskilling Australian Barramundi farmers on harmful algal bloom (HAB) identification, monitoring and fish health management tools

Harmful algal blooms are a significant threat to the continued expansion of Australian Barramundi (Lates calcarifer) farming in Australia. It is reported, globally, that the impact of harmful algal blooms on aquaculture is increasing (Hallegraeff et al. 2021, Griffith et al., 2020). Over the last...
ORGANISATION:
Future Fisheries Veterinary Service Pty Ltd (FFVS)
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