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|European Union and European Academies' Science Advisory Council
The report has the aim of contributing to the governance challenge of how to integrate the various aspects of marine policy (fisheries management, biodiversity conservation and marine environmental protection) as part of a coherent ecosystem approach. It considers how current science knowledge on marine ecosystems and the organisation of science can support an integrated approach to management of the seas. The report looks at a number of key aspects for sustainable development in changing oceans and seas, and particularly highlights the key scientific challenges in addressing these issues. The report presents both recommendations from science for policy development, and recommendations on policy for science.
msfd, climate change, sustainability, fisheries, marine resources, biodiversity, food webs, pelagic, benthic, marine protected areas, mpa, ecosystems, ecosystem services, marine spatial planning, fisheries policy, pressures, ecosystem based management
EASAC policy report 28
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