Tag Archives: seafood

Experimenting with focus groups

contributor/ May 11, 2017/ Blog/ 0 comments

Posted on behalf of Mariska Bottema, PhD candidate at the Environmental Policy Group at Wageningen University and Research Centre. I just completed research in my third field study site and would like to use this opportunity to reflect on some of my experiences with conducting focus groups, since this was the first time I have applied this method of data

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Investigating the Impacts of Fisheries Reform in Songkhla, Thailand

contributor/ September 18, 2016/ Blog/ 0 comments

Olivia Tran – Master’s student at the University of Ottawa, Canada Songkhla port was quiet.  The afternoon air smelled strongly of fish and salt, a comforting smell for anyone who has worked in fisheries.  Once every block, you might see a family, some resting fish porters, or a few people cleaning and icing fish, but it was largely empty. While

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Seafood Summit in Malta

Yavanna Puts/ February 14, 2016/ Blog/ 0 comments

In the past week some of our NDEG members travelled all the way to the beautiful island state of Malta, known for its azure waters, historical legacy and seafood. And that latter was the reason for going there: the annual Seaweb Sustainable Seafood Summit took place on 1-3 February. There were fieldtrips and a workshop, plenty of interviews, networking and

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