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Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO)

Monitoring bycatch in the blue swimming crab fishery, Puerto Peñasco-Puerto Lobos Biological Corridor, Sonora, Mexico

April 23, 2021 3 pages

Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO)

Monitoring bycatch in the blue swimming crab fishery, Puerto Peñasco-Puerto Lobos Biological Corridor, Sonora, Mexico

April 23, 2021 3 pages

Description

CEDO combines vision, leadership, knowledge, and experience to foster vibrant communities and resilient ecosystems. The organisation has been working in the northern Gulf of California for 40 years, as well as other ecoregions, by integrating people, knowledge, and solutions. More specifically CEDO have been working with small-scale fishermen and their communities to develop innovative and comprehensive solutions to the region’s complex challenges, as well as a comprehensive plan for Integrated Coastal Management of Fisheries in the Puerto Peñasco-Puerto Lobos Corridor, strengthening a bottomup management system that promises real solutions to the urgent challenges we face today.

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Document Type: Project publication
Theme: Green Growth
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