FISH MED NET project highlights fishery diversification best practices across France, Italy, Tunisia, Lebanon and Palestine


The EU funded FISH MED NET project presents the document "Census Of Best Practices" that describes the various types of best practices performed by small-scale artisanal fishers found in the target territories of this project: France (notably Corsica), Italy (notably Sardinia, Liguria and Puglia), Tunisia, Lebanon and Palestine. Each partner contributed in selecting their best representation of sustainable practices from 4 different types of businesses with the goal to discover what is already existing and use it to better understand what opportunities lie for FISH MED NET to aid, enhance and ameliorate their current situation.

About the FISH MED NET project :

The European Fishery Mediterranean Network (FISH MED NET) project was launched on September 1, 2019, and will run over a period of 36 months. The objective of this project is to provide considerable support to the artisanal fishing sector, with the aim of seizing opportunities for diversification and integration into other sectors. This project is co-funded by the EU under the ENI CBC Med Programme “Mediterranean Sea Basin” 2014-2020 Program which brings together the coastal territories of 14 European and Med countries for a more competitive, innovative, inclusive and sustainable Mediterranean area.


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