Entries by Antonello Sala

WGFTFB24 photos

First photos published on: https://wgftfb.org/media The best is yet to come! Send photos to the WGFTFB chairs: chairs@wgftfb.org  

Approved NSAC/EAPO Advice on Innovative Fishing

On the 29th of May, the NSAC/EAPO Advice on Innovative Fishing, compiled based on the discussions and results of the Symposium organized in Brussels in March, was approved by the respective Executive Committees. Download the Advice: click here. The advice has been submitted to the Commission and forwarded for information to the North Sea Member […]

Final WGFTFB24 Book of Abstracts has been published

2024 Annual WGFTFB meeting in Canada (3-7 June 2024) We are excited to share the Book of Abstracts. Presenting, events, and demonstrations will be in-person only. We look forward to seeing you in St. John’s! Paul Winger and the group at the Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada will be our hosts (https://youtu.be/GL6zFpDKKa4). The current Chairs (Noëlle, […]

Final WGFTFB24 Agenda has been published

2024 Annual WGFTFB meeting in Canada (3-7 June 2024) We are excited to share the Final Agenda of the WGFTFB24. Presenting, events, and demonstrations will be in-person only. We look forward to seeing you in St. John’s! Paul Winger and the group at the Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada will be our hosts (https://youtu.be/GL6zFpDKKa4). The current […]

Report of the 2023 Symposium on Innovations in Fishing Technologies for Sustainable and Resilient Fisheries

The FAO Publication: “ICES/FAO Working Group on Fishing Technology and Fish Behaviour – Report of the 2023 Symposium on Innovations in Fishing Technologies for Sustainable and Resilient Fisheries, 13-17 February 2023, Kochi, India” has been published online. – Job Number: CD0312EN – Language: English – Product Type: Book (series) – DOI: https://doi.org/10.4060/cd0312en – Online Publication […]

Social science methods for natural scientists

From 31 Jan to 2 Feb the ICES training on social science for natural scientists will be held in The Hague. We thought this may be of interest to gear technologists, many of whom work with/interview fishers and increasingly with social scientists and/or find themselves involved in societal discussions about gear/net innovation with multiple stakeholders. […]

Fishing gear recycling technologies and practices

A new FAO-IMO report calls for systemic approaches to fishing gear recycling: building it into design and manufacturing through to end-of-life management. Cite this content as: Sala, A., Richardson, K., 2023. Fishing gear recycling technologies and practices. Rome, FAO and IMO, 120 pp. https://doi.org/10.4060/cc8317en. Read | Tweet