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CSF-Brazil, in partnership with Native Amazon Operation (OPAN), has completed an analysis of the stock management and sales of the pirarucu fish in protected areas (PAs) in Amazonas state (AM), Brazil."Diagnosis of the Management of Pirarucu in Protected Areas of the Amazon" seminar participants. Photo credit: OPAN and CSF.
CSF-Brazil, in partnership with Native Amazon Operation (OPAN), has completed an analysis of the stock management and sales of the pirarucu fish in protected areas (PAs) in Amazonas state (AM), Brazil."Diagnosis of the Management of Pirarucu in Protected Areas of the Amazon" seminar participants. Photo credit: OPAN and CSF.
CSF-Brazil, in partnership with Native Amazon Operation (OPAN), has completed an analysis of the stock management and sales of the pirarucu fish in protected areas (PAs) in Amazonas state (AM), Brazil."Diagnosis of the Management of Pirarucu in Protected Areas of the Amazon" seminar participants. Photo credit: OPAN and CSF.
In October 2018, CSF-Indonesia facilitated a scenario planning process for the Government of Sintang Regency. This process helps to define a unified vision for the future, and in this case, will help the Regency create a sustainable development plan through a multi-stakeholder forum.CSF Indonesia Director, Dr. Mubariq Ahmad, training 15 facilitators from various institutions, ahead of the workshop. Photo credit: Sopian Hidayat
National Seminar Participants. Photo credit: Imanda Pradana.In coordination with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) of Indonesia and the Indonesian Marine and Fisheries Socio-Economic Research Network (IMFISERN), CSF held two events to support the use of scientific research in developing Indonesia’s marine and fisheries sector.
On August 7th, 2018, CSF-Brazil, the Forest Code Observatory (OCF) and the Brazilian Biodiversity Fund (Funbio) facilitated a "Dialogue on economic instruments and ecological identity for the Forest Code implementation." Forty-five professionals, representing government, research institutions and rural producers, attended the event in Brasília. The dialogue provided a forum to discuss possible ways of implementing the provisions of the Forest Code (Law 12.651 / 2012), including economic incentives, Legal Reserves (LRs) compensation, and the ecological identity requirement for compensation - according to the ruling of the Supreme Court Federal Court (STF) in February 2018 - with a special focus on the Environmental Reserve Quotas (CRAs) market.
CSF-Brazil is thrilled to share the following three publications on the value chains of shrimp and crab fisheries on the Brazilian Amazon coast, written in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO): - "Piticaia and white shrimp in Maranhão state"; - "Regional Amazonian shrimp in Amapá state";
CSF-Peru's Interim Director José Carlos Rubio taking questions at the forum. Photo credit: Ana Perez/DAR.
Participants during the closing ceremony, waving the symbol of L for ‘Lestari’ (Green). Photo credit: C. Desta Pratama.