Hopp til hovedteksten
Print friendly version

Marine Protected Areas (MPA) - a useful tool in fisheries management?

Seminar on MPAs: Fisheries Forum (Fiskerifaglig Forum) 24 – 25 October 2006 onboard the coastal steamer (Hurtigruta) M/S ”Trollfjord” from Trondheim to Bergen

Comparative experiences and lessons from developing countries and Norway

Seminar on MPAs:
Fisheries Forum (Fiskerifaglig Forum) 24 – 25 October 2006 onboard the coastal steamer (Hurtigruta) M/S ”Trollfjord” from Trondheim to Bergen

Topic:
Marine Protected Areas (MPA) – a useful tool in fisheries management? Comparative experiences and lessons from developing countries and Norway.

Programme

Tuesday 24 October
Chair: Bjørn Hersoug

10:00   The concept of Marine Protected Areas and the use of MPAs
            in ecosystem based management

            Jessica  Sanders, FAO

10:30    IUCN’s work on MPAs –the development of criteria
           Carl Gustav Lundin, IUCN

 
11:00   Coffee break

11:15    MPAs in relation to fisheries – what are the biological and
           fish stock implications?

           Jeppe Kolding, University of Bergen

11:40   MPAs in a bio-economic perspective – how do they affect
          gains, losses and expenses?

          Claire Armstrong, University of Tromsø

12:05  MPAs in relation to management and governance of coastal resources 
           Svein Jentoft, University of Tromsø

12:30   Lunch

13:30    MPAs and impact on small scale fisheries – who decides why,
           what and where? 

           Chandrika Sharma,  ICSF

13:55    MPAs and environmental protection – WWF’s perspective.
           Svein Erik Hårklau and Maren Esmark, WWF Norway

14:20    Mozambique case study: Ibo Island
           Adaoma Wosu, WorldFish Center

14:35   Coffee break

15:00   Mozambique case studies. 
            Quirimba archipelago – Maria Ascensão Pinto, IDPPE, Maputo
            Bazaruto archipelago – Paula Santana Afonso, IIP, Maputo

15:30    Mozambique's overall MPA experiences
           Simeão Lopes, IDPPE, Maputo.


15:55   Tanzania case studies. 
            Pete and Maruhubi, Zanzibar – Wahira Othman, State Univ. Zanzibar
            Mnazi Bay, Mtwara – Razack Bakari Lokina, Univ. Dar es Salaam 
            Chumbe Island, Zanzibar – Kjersti Thorkildsen, Noragric, UMB, Ås

16:40    Tanzania's overall MPA experiences
           Julius  Francis, WIOMSA, Tanzania

17:05    MPAs in developing countries – how do they contribute to, or detract
           from social-ecological resilience?

           Ian Bryceson, Noragric, UMB, Ås

17:30   “The right to survive: Turtle conservation and fisheries livelihoods”
           Film produced by ICSF

19:00   Dinner


Wednesday 25 October
Chair: Arne Wåge

09:00    MPAs as a tool in Norwegian fisheries management.
           Egil Lekven,  Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries

09:20    What kind of protection is necessary to keep healthy marine ecosystems?
            Hein Rune Skjoldal, Institute of Marine Research

09:40    Norwegian fishermen’s experience with marine protected areas. 
           Aslak Kristiansen, Norwegian Fishermen’s Association

10:20    Views on MPAs in relation to fisheries
           Alf Ring Pettersen, Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature
 
10:40   Coffee break and discussion

1100    Panel discussion (Tanzania, Mozambique, ICSF and WWF):
           Do MPAs contribute to or detract from the global struggle against poverty?

1200-1230:  Summing up, by Bjørn Hersoug

13:00  Lunch

 

 

14:30  Arrival Bergen