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An Ocean of Benefits: Using Access Analyses to Inform Governance Responses in a Changing Ocean

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 12-1:30 p.m.

Online

Chair: Dr. Paul Foley, OFI Module I-1 lead

Speaker: Dr. Courtenay Parlee, OFI Module I-1 Post-doctoral Fellow

 

This presentation will provide an overview of Ribot and Peluso’s (2003) Theory of Access, including its analytical approach and contributions to understanding the diverse factors that influence the ability of individuals and groups to benefit from resources. This access analysis is brought into conversation with the Canadian Fisheries Research Network’s Fisheries Evaluation Framework through a ‘foresighting’ exercise where scenarios of the future are developed for the development of expanded redfish fishing in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This portion of the presentation will conclude with remarks on how access analyses can “inform governance responses in a changing ocean”.

Join here: https://mun.webex.com/mun/j.php?MTID=m58f23628375aa0f27438bf7f84fcc521

 

This webinar is part of ‘Governance in a Changing North Atlantic Ocean: A Webinar Series for Sustainable Ocean and Viable Fishing Communities‘, which will be be open to the public and held at noon (Newfoundland time) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 15 to October 1, 2020. No registration is required. Visit our website to learn more about upcoming webinars: https://www.ofigovernance.net/webinar-series-ofi-module-i

Presented by Ocean Frontier Institute

Event Listing 2020-09-15 12:00:00 2020-09-15 13:30:00 America/St_Johns An Ocean of Benefits: Using Access Analyses to Inform Governance Responses in a Changing Ocean Chair: Dr. Paul Foley, OFI Module I-1 lead Speaker: Dr. Courtenay Parlee, OFI Module I-1 Post-doctoral Fellow   This presentation will provide an overview of Ribot and Peluso’s (2003) Theory of Access, including its analytical approach and contributions to understanding the diverse factors that influence the ability of individuals and groups to benefit from resources. This access analysis is brought into conversation with the Canadian Fisheries Research Network’s Fisheries Evaluation Framework through a ‘foresighting’ exercise where scenarios of the future are developed for the development of expanded redfish fishing in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This portion of the presentation will conclude with remarks on how access analyses can “inform governance responses in a changing ocean”. Join here: https://mun.webex.com/mun/j.php?MTID=m58f23628375aa0f27438bf7f84fcc521   This webinar is part of ‘Governance in a Changing North Atlantic Ocean: A Webinar Series for Sustainable Ocean and Viable Fishing Communities‘, which will be be open to the public and held at noon (Newfoundland time) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 15 to October 1, 2020. No registration is required. Visit our website to learn more about upcoming webinars: https://www.ofigovernance.net/webinar-series-ofi-module-i Online Ocean Frontier Institute