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Wednesday, June 26 • 13:00 - 14:30
Indicators and methods for governance and wellbeing

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Chaired by: Weines, J.

Mobilizing Community Assets in Rural Coastal Regions: Analysis of Asset Mapping Initiatives in Rural Newfoundland and Labrador
Brennan Lowery

Harnessing individual and collective action towards empowered marine conservation: determinants and implications
Ana Nuno, Litoney Matos, Kristian Metcalfe, Brendan Godley & Annette Broderick

Using game-based learning to understand fisheries: The Case of the Overnight Closure of the Norwegian Inshore Cod Commons in 1989.
Jørn Weines

The different ways in deriving wellbeing from the coast and its implications for stewardship
Tomas Chaigneau

The world turned upside down': Socio-economic impacts of a negotiated transition to an alternative mussel production system in the Dutch Wadden Sea
Dr. Nathalie A. Steins, Dr. Hans van Oostenbrugge, Arie Mol & Sarah Smith

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Nathalie Steins

Wageningen Marine Research
Social scientist with international and multi-perspective experience in sustainable fisheries management. International fisheries management work experience includes Ireland, United Kingdom, USA, Suriname, Guyana, Myanmar and Kenya. Interested in: marine common pool resource management... Read More →
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Jørn Weines

PhD Candidate, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
PhD Candidate at the Norwegian College of Fishery Science.Historian, MA on local ecological knowledge as source material for historical research. Now working on game-based learning in fisheries education, focusing on games for exploring all dimensions of sustainability.

Wednesday June 26, 2019 13:00 - 14:30 CEST
REC A2.08 Roeters Eiland Complex, University of Amsterdam