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14/07/2012

The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture

2012

 

FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2012

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Contents

Foreword (Download pdf  697 Kb)
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and acronyms

Part 1
WORLD REVIEW OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE (Download pdf 1.8 Mb)


Status and trends

Overview

Capture fisheries production

Aquaculture

Fishers and fish farmers

The status of the fishing fleet

The status of fishery resources

Fish utilization and processing

Fish trade and commodities

Fish consumption

Governance and policy

Notes

 

Part 2
SELECTED ISSUES IN FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE (Downloadpdf 1.40 Mb)


Mainstreaming gender in fisheries and aquaculture: from recognition to reality

The issue

Possible solutions

Recent actions

Outlook

Improved preparedness for and effective response to disasters in fisheries and aquaculture

The issue

Possible solutions

Recent actions

Outlook

Barriers to achieving low-impact fuel-efficient fishing

The issue

Possible solutions

Recent actions

Outlook

Putting into practice the ecosystem approach to fisheries and aquaculture

The issue

Possible solutions

Recent actions

Outlook

Notes

Part 3
HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL STUDIES (Download pdf 3 Mb)


Effects of fisheries management policies on fishing safety

Methods

Results

Discussion

Conclusions and follow-up

Demand and supply of aquafeed and feed ingredients for farmed fish and crustaceans: trends and future prospects

Introduction

Acquaculture growth and aquafeed

Aquafeed production and use

Feed ingredient production and availability

Current feed ingredient usage and constraints

Conclusion

Issues to be addressed

Global guidelines on ecolabelling and certification in capture fisheries and aquaculture

Introduction

The Marine Guidelines

The Inland Guidelines

The Acquaculture Guidelines

Evaluation framework

Remaining issues

The OECD–FAO Agricultural outlook: chapter on fish

The model

Projections 2012-2021

Notes

Part 4
OUTLOOK (Download pdf 1.24 Mb)


The role of capture fisheries in a global sustainable food production system: opportunities and challenges

Context

Capture fisheries as targets of efforts to reduce resource use and greenhouse gas emissions

Minimizing waste

Improving governance

Notes

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Cover photos: All cover photos are from FAO MediaBase and the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department Photo Library, except image of entangled gear, courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), United States of America, and image of salmon cages, courtesy of the Norwegian Seafood Export Council.

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