Co-production of knowledge with stakeholders for sustainable fisheries


Co-production of knowledge with stakeholders for sustainable fisheries

Engage Winner Project 2020 2020 Engage Finalist 2020 Engage Winners

Fostering sustainable fisheries needs robust science and engagement of stakeholders. My project is built on the joint execution of large-scale field experiments in cooperation among scientists and angler communities to generate high quality ecological knowledge co-produced by science and stakeholders. The experimental work was paired with intensive science communication activities, involving roadshows, seminars, comics, movies, documentaries, pod cats, publications to reach a diverse audience.

Robert Arlinghaus

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Interdisiplinary fisheries scientist working at the interface of science and society. Masters in aquatic ecology 2000, PhD in fisheries with a specialization in quantitative social sciences 2003, junior professor of inland fisheries management at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU) 2006 and W-2-S professor in integrative fisheries management at HU 2013. Recipient of numerous science and science communication awards, editor of Fish and Fisheries and author of over 500 articles/books.

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