30 March 2012
The Cabot Institute has published a new position paper called '2050: Sustainable oceans in a changing climate'. The paper was produced from a writing day bringing together academics from multiple disciplines, to make a truly interdisciplinary position paper.
The paper was written by:
The world’s oceans are a potentially hugely productive resource. Against a backdrop of climate change, ocean acidification, population growth and poor governance and regulation, it is vital that we change our management strategies to maximise marine resources now, as well as for future generations. Policy and legislation must be more responsive to scientific evidence and reinforce sustainable and efficient practices.