This deliverable is a public report detailing the activities implemented in PrimeFish to raise awareness on the project through communication, dissemination, and the participation of stakeholders. Activities have been categorised according to the main target group for each action: possible end-users, policy oriented and science-oriented events.
This deliverable is apublic report consisting of anoverview of the training activities PrimeFish partners have carried out during theduration of the project and thetraining material prepared for the activities. Education and training activities are ofhigh priority for thePrimeFish project.
The deliverable is a public report–written in a plain language -to explain the strategy for communication activities by the consortium membersonce the project is completed end of February 2019.It details the plan of PrimeFish partnersto spread the project results and the new knowledge created after the project’s end.
This report describes the strategy that the PrimeFish project has undertaken regarding its Intellectiual Propety Rights (IPR) and Confidentiality policies. The implementation of the PrimeDSS is subject to commercial exploitation beyond the lifetime of this project when PrimeFish concludes end of February2019.
This report sets out to describe the key performance indicators (KPIs) for added value that have been implemented to monitor and evaluate the toolbox. The deliverable is a public and open communication.
This report consists of a brief summary of the “boom and bust” tool developed by Parma University inPrimeFish and twopeer reviewed papersabout the MATLAB implementation of the method in the FSDA toolbox developed by the University of Parma. A third paper is under revision. The intended audience of the deliverable and the journalarticle is primarily the scientific community, but the executive summary is written in plain language and is therefore understandable to other stakeholder groups.
While the adverse climate and health impacts of the Western diet have been demonstrated, the place of fish/seafood in climate-friendly and healthy diets is unclear.We tackle that question with a model simulating how a rational consumer urged to consume more fish would modify his diet.
This deliverable consists of an academic paper submitted to the journal Applied Economics in September 2018.
This deliverable summarizes the work performed under task 3.5 “Assessment and valuation of non-market effects of aquaculture and capture fisheries”, and formulates it in the form of a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. The intended audience of the journal is researchers, analysts and policy makers. In order to report from this task in a language understandable for a broader audience, we below give a summary of the most important findings and main conclusions.
This deliverable consists of a scientific paper “Industry dynamics and the role of aquaculture sustainability certification in pre-competitive sectoral strategic positioning”that has been submitted to thescientific journal, Marine Policy. The intended audience of the journal is researchers, analysts and policy makers.