As the global population increases and improved technology makes coastal resources more accessible, building a sustainable and equitable blue economy will require place-based solutions adapted to the conditions of each coastal community, according to a new study.
The IMAS-led study, published in Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, is part of the Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS) Future Seas project. It looks at coastal over-crowding and the conflicted spaces these changes in population and technology have caused and provides a pathway to a sustainable blue future through conflict mitigation and resolution.
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