There is broad evidence of climate change causing shifts in fish distribution worldwide, but less is known about the response of fisheries to these changes. Responses to climate‐driven shifts in a fishery may be constrained by existing management or institutional arrangements and technological settings. In order to understand how fisheries are responding to ocean warming, we investigate purse seine fleets targeting tropical tunas in the east Atlantic Ocean using effort and sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) data from 1991 to 2017.
BC3 former director Anil Markandya participate in the The ClimateTech Podcast of UNEP DTU Partnership, a leading international research and advisory institution on energy, climate and sustainable development. In this podcast series, experts and practitioners present their views and insights on specific technologies or sectors, that can help address the climate crisis, and more importantly, how we can speed up its implementation in the developing world. The programme participate Anil Markandya, Former Director of the Basque Centre for Climate Change, Richard Klein, Senior research fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute and Jessica Troni, Head of the adaptation unit at UN Environment
Population health is being shaped by forces such as demographic ageing, rapid urbanization, environmental degradation and the globalization of unhealthy lifestyles, leading to a situation where non-communicable chronic diseases have overtaken infectious diseases as the leading cause of mortality and morbidity, becoming a new epidemic.
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