The Fisheye

Getting to Know Our Newest Fish: Chris Giordano

November 14, 2018
Chris has been an active contributor to the management and research of Peruvian small scale fisheries in the regions of Piura and Tumbes. With NGOs, private tourism businesses, and government programs he has worked in over 30 fishing communities on pressing governance issues such as moving fishermen to legality through the process of formalization or creating fishing cooperatives for the direct sale of product to higher end markets. Chris also contributed to the declaration of artisanal fishing by sail as Peruvian cultural heritage and to the Mar de Grau marine protected area proposal.

Vendors: Exploring the Other Side of the Supply Chain

November 8, 2018

by Iván Greco, Research Associate at Future of Fish

Versión en Español incluída

Getting to Know Our Newest Fish: Helen Packer

November 7, 2018

Helen Packer is joining Future of Fish as an intern in the Fall of 2018. 

Helen holds a BSc in Marine Biology and an MSc in Marine Resource Management. In 2014, Helen joined Anova Food USA, managing its Fishing & Living program, a sustainability initiative that works collaboratively with supply chains, NGOs and governments to improve social and environmental practices in the tuna industry. In September 2016, Helen started a PhD at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada) exploring responsible business practices in the seafood industry, focusing on mid-chain tuna suppliers.

Selecting Caletas for Co-Design: Part 2

October 24, 2018

Author: Momo Kochen

Versión en Español incluída

Caleta Selection: (An Attempt to) Standardize Complexity - Selección de Caletas: (un intento de) estandarizar lo complejo

September 26, 2018
by Iván Greco, Research Associate at Future of Fish
Por Iván Greco Investigador Asociado de Future of Fish
(Versión en Español incluída)
The last time we wrote to you from Chile, we were at the beginning of our Design and Demonstration phase (D&D) of our Fisheries Development Model (FDM), visiting fisher's caletas (coves in Spanish) along the Central part of the beautiful Chilean coasts, and, of course, prolonging our romance with the Pacific Ocean and its communities.