Archive | Publications
  • Report: TBTI – COS Joint Workshop The Too Big To Ignore project and the Center for Ocean Solutions joint workshop was held on Thursday, June 11th, 2015 in Pacific Grove, California. The workshop was an opportunity  to present current work on small-scale...read more
  • Article: Interactive coastal governance An article titled “Interactive coastal governance - The role of pre-modern fisher organizations in improving governability” has recently been published in the Ocean & Coastal Management journal. The article...read more
  • Article: Governability assessment of the Galapagos Marine Reserve An article titled “Governability assessment of the Galapagos Marine Reserve” has recently been published in the Maritime Studies journal. The article, written by María José Barragán Paladines (TBTI member) ...read more
  • Report: Transdisciplinary Fisheries Course Development The TBTI transdisciplinary fisheries cluster was established after the 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress to raise awareness about the need for transdisciplinary thinking in fisheries research and capacity develop...read more
  • Article: Ocean grabbing   An article titled “Ocean grabbing” has recently been published in the Marine Policy journal. The article, written by Nathan J. Bennett  (TBTI member), Hugh Govan and Terre Satterfield, discusses ocea...read more
  • Report: Student Forum at the 2WSFC The Student Forum was held during the 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (2WSFC) in Merida, Mexico, 2014 and was organized by TBTI students from six different universities located in Barbados, Canada, Mexico and th...read more
  • Report Transdisciplinary Workshop at the 2WSFC The Transdisciplinary Research Capacity Building in Small Scale Fisheries Workshop was held during the 2nd World Small Scale Fisheries Congress (2WSFC) in Merida, Mexico, 2014. The purpose of the workshop was to lay the ...read more
  • Learning for Resilience: Insights from Cambodia’s rural communities A book  titled “Learning for Resilience: Insights from Cambodia’s rural communities” has recently been published by the Learning Institute, a non-profit, non-political Cambodian organization working with a wide ...read more
  • The IMBER-ADApT Framework The IMBER-ADApT Framework is an integrated assessment framework, developed to enable and enhance decision-making in fisheries faced with global change issues.  The framework is based on a  typology of case-studies that...read more
  • Report: Compilation of ideas from the TBTI-FAO Session on the SSF Guidelines The Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication (SSF Guidelines) were endorsed at the 31st Session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries in June...read more