This book gathers the proceedings of an OECD Workshop that took place in April 2004 in Paris, on Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing -- a worldwide problem which is increasing in scale. The aim of the workshop was to better understand the social and economic factors that drive IUU fishing in order to identify more effective methods to combat this evil and propose new ways to deal with it.
- 20 août 2004
Ways of Combating IUU Fishing
Advances in Port State Control Measures (Terje Lobach); Potential Link Between IUU Fishing and the Status of Safety-Related Instruments Applicable to Fishing Vessels and Fishers (Brice Martin-Castex); Enforcement and Surveillance: What Are Our Technical Capacities and How Much Are We Willing to Pay? (Serge Beslier); Working Together - What Industry Can Do to Help (Martin Exel); Private Initiatives: A Possible Way Forward? (Hiroya Sano and Yuichiro Harada); Promoting Corporate Responsibility: the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (Kathryn Gordon); What Role for RFMOs? (Denzil G. M. Miller); The Development and Enforcement of National Plans of Action: The Spanish Case (Ignacio Escobar); (OECD Instruments and IUU Fishing (Ursula A. Wynhoven); Measures Taken by Chinese Taipei in Combating FOC/IUU Fishing (David Chang); Halting IUU Fishing: Enforcing International Fisheries Agreements (Kelly Rigg, Rémi Parmentier and Duncan Currie)