News and Events

(November 23, 2020) This research addresses how to best develop sustainable, effective fisheries decisions, while preserving the livelihoods of fishers and their dependents Read More >

(November 10, 2020) Steacie Fellowships recognize early-stage academic researchers and to support them to enhance their research capacity as they become leaders in their field and inspire others. Read More >

(October 21, 2020) With an average catch of 48 million tonnes per year, and USD $77 billion in annual fishing revenue, transboundary species support critical fisheries, and require international cooperation to manage. Read More >

(October 4, 2020) Drs. Juan Jose Alava and William Cheung contributed to two WWF reports. Read More >

(August 6, 2020) Tropical oceans and fisheries are threatened by climate change, generating impacts that will affect the sustainable development of both local economies and communities, and regions outside the tropics. Read More >

(April 21, 2020) A large marine heatwave would double the rate of the climate change impacts on fisheries species in the northeast Pacific by 2050 Read More >

(February 11, 2020) Diners may soon find more farmed oysters and fewer Atlantic salmon on their plates as climate change warms Canada’s Pacific coast. Read More >

(February 6, 2020) This award enables faculty to pursue full-time research during a recognized study leave. Read More >

(December 13, 2019) This report documents a newly developed model to project future pathways to seafood sustainability under global change. Read More >

(July 31, 2019) In other words, climate change is not just an environmental problem, but one that inhibits our ability to tackle other social issues. Read More >