NGOs influence on development measures for effective CCAMLR Krill management

Ms Nicole Bransome1

1The Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington DC, USA

The combined impacts of a changing climate and concentrated coastal fishing are having negative impacts on krill predators and Southern Ocean ecosystems, but the Commission for CAMLR   has the mandate and opportunity to lead the world in developoing precautionary ecosystem-based management for the Antarctic krill fishery. ENGOs are supporting primary research and technical workshops in 2018 and 2019 to inform the development of ecosystem-based krill fishery management frameworks, Outcomes of the krill workshops will be considered by the CCAMLR scientific community prior to the revision of the conservation measure governing the Antarctic krill fishery scheduled for 2021.


Nicole is a marine scientist with 10 years experience of interfacing science, policy, and communication in the Antarctic and marine arena.  Her current projects focus on securing a system of Marine Protected Areas n  and an ecosystem-based management plan for the krill fishery in the Southern Ocean.

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