Report

Coastal fisheries and climate change

7 May 2012
Description

The aim of this policy brief is to:

  • alert Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) to the projected effects of climate change on the contributions that coastal fisheries make to food security and livelihoods; and
  • identify the adaptations and policies needed to reduce the threats and capitalise on the opportunities.

Key messages

Projected declines in coastal fisheries production due to the effects of climate change are expected to reduce the availability of food and livelihood opportunities for coastal communities. Several practical adaptations can minimise these effects and provide access to alternative supplies of fish for food security and jobs.

Publication Details
Published year only: 
2012
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