- Build a global network to facilitate information exchange, foster learning, and advance approaches to achieve climate-resilient fisheries.
- Develop information and tools for assessing climate impacts, vulnerabilities, and capacities to enhance resilience in marine fishery systems.
- Apply frameworks and tools in fishery systems around the world to support climate adaptation, and use insights from these experiences to iteratively improve the tools and resources.
- Further the development of scientific foundations and implementation approaches needed to achieve healthy marine ecosystems, vibrant fisheries, and equitable benefits in the context of climate-driven changes in our world’s oceans.
Explore how the FishSCORE2030 program is supporting fisheries around the world.
Climate change is causing direct, indirect, and cascading impacts on marine social-ecological systems, including fisheries, with the intensity, frequency, extent, and duration of these impacts …
The FishSCORE2030 Network is a forum for information exchange about climate-resilient fisheries strategies.
Working in partnership with marine fishery rights-holders and stakeholders around the world, FishSCORE2030 aims to advance climate resilience, sustainability, and equity in marine fisheries through …
FishSCORE2030 aims to facilitate and enhance partnerships in local and regional fisheries around the world to co-develop fishery-specific and context-appropriate climate resilience strategies.
Forward-looking assessments of climate resilience require information on how climate risks and vulnerabilities will evolve, their potential impacts on marine ecosystems, communities, and fisheries infrastructure, …
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Join the Network to receive periodic updates on climate resilient fisheries projects and implementation efforts, webinars, and opportunities to participate in workshops and working groups.
Fisheries Strategies for Changing Oceans and Resilient Ecosystems by 2030
Fisheries Strategies for Changing Oceans and Resilient Ecosystems by 2030 (FishSCORE2030) is working to sustain fisheries as a global source of food and jobs, while protecting ocean ecosystem health and enhancing equitable benefits from fisheries. FishSCORE2030 is built on the core principles of inclusivity, equity, and diversity that will inform and strengthen collaborations and partnerships. The program will result in direct outputs such as context-specific climate resilient strategies and synthetic outputs such as science and policy recommendations. A key outcome of the program and the FishSCORE2030 Network will be the development and implementation of practices that increase climate resilience in fisheries while simultaneously increasing the sustainability of marine ecosystems and food systems, and equity and agency of the people and communities that rely on them.
Strategic Advisory Board
- Edward Allison
Acting Director Sustainable Aquatic Food Systems, WorldFish
- Derek Armitage, PhD
Professor, School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability, University of Waterloo
- Mark Dickey-Collas
Independent Applied Marine Scientist
- Beth Fulton
CSIRO Australia (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation), CSIRO Australia, Centre for Marine Socioecology, University of Tasmania
- Vivienne Solis Rivera
CoopeSoliDar R.L, MSc., Board Member of ICSF and honorary member of ICCA Consortium
- Andrew Rosenberg
MRAG Americas, Inc.
- Lynne Shannon, PhD
Research Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cape Town
- Rashid Sumaila
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Interdisciplinary Ocean and Fisheries Economics, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia
Upcoming FishSCORE2030 Events
- This workshop will provide an opportunity to learn more about the program, case studies of climate resilience in marine fisheries, and vulnerability assessments and resilience strategies for diverse fisheries.
- When: Sunday, March 3, 2024, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm US Pacific Time