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Interactive Governance Analysis of the Beche-De-Mer `Fish Chain' from Papua New Guinea to Asian Markets

Project Member(s): Barclay, K.

Funding or Partner Organisation: David and Lucile Packard Foundation

Start year: 2014

Summary: Grant Proposal covering: - Actions and research to support the beche de mer fishery in PNG alongside TNC, National Fisheries Authority (NFA) and other grantees - Defining and assisting with the fish chain concept, interactive governance factors and if possible considering economics and the markets for the trade - Support in particular the NFA in thinking and issues to consider around the possibility of a lifting the beche de mer fishery ban in 2016/17 - To the extent possible linked to the proposed work with TNC¿s current plans for PNG


Fabinyi, M, Barclay, K & Eriksson, H 2019, 'Corrigendum: Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood [Front. Mar. Sci. 4, (2017), (181)] doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00181', Frontiers in Marine Science, vol. 6, no. APR.
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Fabinyi, MG, Barclay, K & Eriksson, H 2017, 'Chinese Trader Perceptions on Sourcing and Consumption of Endangered Seafood', Frontiers in Marine Science.
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Barclay, KM, Kinch, J, Fabinyi, M, Waddell, S, Smith, G, Sharma, S, Kichawen, P, Foale, S & Hamilton, R University of Technology Sydney 2016, Interactive Governance Analysis of the Beche-de-Mer 'Fish Chain' from Papua New Guinea to Asian Markets, pp. 01-168, Sydney.

FOR Codes: Environmental Sociology, Environment Policy, Coastal and Marine Management Policy, Wild Caught Edible Molluscs, Natural Resource Management, Institutional Arrangements for Environmental Protection