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Slow Fish Looks to the Future

The meetings at the Slow Fish space at the Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre (Turin, October 23-27, 2014) came to a close on Monday October 27, looking back over the major issues discussed and looking forward to new initiatives for tackling the pressing problems facing small-scale fishers and marine environments around the world.



A Diversity of Solutions

During Slow Food's biennial Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre (Turin, October 23-27, 2014), delegates from around the world gathered every day in the Slow Fish space to talk about sustainable fishing, identifying many elements that can be part of the solutions to current challenges...



A Complex and Interrelated Web

We are all familiar with the classic food web diagram: rabbits eat grass, foxes eat rabbits. The chain is fairly straightforward. But try to apply a similar mapping to the underwater world, and suddenly you have a mass of crisscrossing lines, a tangled web linking phytoplankton, zooplankton, many different fish, maybe even penguins, seals and whales...



Challenging the Dominant Narrative

Nobody can deny that the oceans and the marine resources they contain are in trouble, but the steady stream of news stories about collapsing oceans misses important details about a more complex story of ecology and political power.



Slow Fish @ Terra Madre 2014: The Countdown has Begun!

Food communities from the whole world will be gathering again in Turin for the 6th time next week, 10 years after the first edition of Terra Madre, the largest international gathering of small-scale producers in the world.



A Statement on Ocean Governance

Cairo Laguna, nicaraguan artisanal fisher, delegate of Terra Madre 2014, addresses the FAO during the 30th Session of the Committee on Fisheries...



Un rapport révolutionnaire sur laccaparement des mers

Un nouveau rapport, l’Accaparement des mers, dévoile la face cachée de la pêche et des pêcheurs. Une histoire complexe mêlant durabilité, alimentation, modèles de développement, cultures et politique, où les droits des communautés côtières sont systématiquement bafoués sous notre nez…parfois au nom même de la durabilité.



Un nouveau document international pour la défense de la pêche artisanale

Jour historique pour la pêche artisanale: la FAO approuve le premier instrument international de grande envergure pour le soutien de la pêche artisanale



Vogue, vogue Prud'homie

La Prud'homie méditerranéenne de pêcheurs, qui existe en France depuis bien dix siècles déjà, qui la connaît? Très peu de personnes... celles qui par chance ou par voisinage la côtoie... Alors que dire des étrangers, européens et au-delà!



N'en achetez pas !

Alexandra Morton, biologiste marine de la British Columbia, Canada, nous raconte son combat contre l'élevage intensif de saumon...



L'accaparement des océans : Le cas de la pêche commerciale

Cette analyse des tendances actuelles en matière de politiques de pêches, réalisée par Seth Mackingo et Brett Tolley, a été présentée au Left Forum à New York le premier juin 2014.



Common values build trust. Trust fosters teamwork. Teamwork gets things done!

Brett Tolley, NAMA's community organizer and part of the Slow Fish network, delivers us his thoughs on successful collaboration.



Building a European Strategy of the Commons

A European e-consultation  seeks out the views of stakeholders and the general public on the best ways to modernize and rationalize technical measures in the context of the new CFP. Slow Food responds to this consultation.



Canada Missing Big Opportunity to Support its Small-Scale Fisheries

An analysis by Arthur Bull on the ongoing process of the FAO International guidelines for small-scale fisheries



The Wadden Sea fishing community, a tangible and intangible heritage?

A case study of the dutch unique natural marine reserve and it's fishers will be presented by Lucy Gilliam & Magnus Johnson at UNESCO conference, Bergen, 24th March 2014.


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