SUCCESS Strategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector
SUCCESSStrategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector 

SLOWFISH 2017 - Genova, 18-21 May 2017

  • 12 posters, 5 movies presented by guests’ stakeholders involved in and a team of 10 SUCCESS partners (from Nisea, UBO, IFREMER, UNIPA, Fishpass and Markmar) ensuring day by day the presentation of our works.

 

  • Unbelievably, the stand welcomed:
    • More than 200 visitors during the 4 days (around 100 visiting the stand and 100 taking broad information about the project on the desk), from several countries including extra EU (USA, Japan but also African countries), covering institutional, scientific and industry stakeholders but also simple citizens interested as fish consumers and/or concerned by sustainability issues.
    • A French class of secondary school, prepared by their teachers in Slowfish topics. They discovered the fishing Sea Bass liner activity, thanks to the movie, and engaged a fruitful discussion with Ken Kawahara, a French stakeholder guest.

 

  • The SUCCESS stand was honored by the visit of Renata Briano from the EU parliament, the president of the Slowfish scientific committee (Silvestro Greco), a delegation of the Sicilian regional administration (the general director of the fishery department Dario Cartabellotta), the Italian senator Andrea Cioffiand and many fisheries institutional and stakeholders including our guests and LIFE representatives (Jerry Percy and Claudia Orlandini).

 

  • The SUCCESS team organized 2 round tables focusing on specific case studies linked with movies projected (1 on Thursday and 1 on Friday) and 1 synthetic in Saturday gathering all the guests stakeholders, LIFE representatives, SUCCESS team and visitors; discussions were about the difficulties raised by the management of shared resources between small scale and large scale fleets, the complexity of the EU policies and the risk of contradictions or misunderstandings in interpretation of these policies at national, regional or local levels.

 

  • 2 journalists have ensured a strong coverage of our events (Thomas Jensen from Eurofish magazine and Maria Ballatore from Pesceinrete, an Italian magazine).

 

  • More than 50 feed-back questionnaires were filled in by visitors, including foreign ones. Synthesis is in progress and will be presenting in the next SUCCESS meeting in Athens.

 

  • Members of the SUCCESS team also participated to Slowfish events, for instance the discussion “Do small scale fisheries merit a separate policy?” organized by LIFE Sunday morning within the Slowfish events.

Book of abstract

Slowfish 2017 - Book of abstract
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Posters

Author(S)

Fabienne Daurès

 

 

 

Fabienne Daurès et al.

 

 

 

 

Laurent Le Grel

 

 

 

Christophe Macabiau

 

 

 

 

Simon Mardle et al.

 

 

 

 

Myriam Nourry et al.

 

 

 

Claudio Pirrone et al.

 

 

 

 

 

Yvonne Feucht et al.

 

 

 

Maria Odriozola et al.

 

 

 

 

Gioacchino Fazio et al.

 

 

 

Rosaria F. Sabatella et al.

 

 

 

 

Loretta Malvarosa et al.

Title

The SUCCESS Project - The “Coastal Fisheries” case study

 

Labelling the Sea Bass Coastal fishery - Lessons from the French Experience

 

A fish-box scheme in France

 

 

Fishcodes: Connecting Fishermen and Consumers

 

 

Innovative strategies in the value chain  for coastal scallops in France and UK

 

Non-market values of traditional activities

 

 

Consumer perceptions about  coastal fishery and its products - What Focus Groups from Italy and France tell us ?

 

Consumer preferences and communication of coastal fisheries

 

Comparative analysis of scallop value chains (France, United Kingdom and Spain)

 

Labelling, new products and marketing strategies in the Trapani fish market

 

Direct selling strategies: the case of the cuttlefish fishery in the Gulf of Salerno

 

Co-management for sedentary species - The case of the “fasolari” fishery in Northern Adriatic

poster

Films presented

 

The small-scale fisheries platform" - France

(watch the movie)

 

"The Brittany Sea bass liners: a story of label" - France

(watch the movie)

 

"Tarifa fish label" - Spain

(watch the movie)

 

 

"Fish lesson" - Trapani, Italy

(watch the movie)

 

"The collective strength" - Chiogga, Italy

(watch the movie)

SUCCESS is a H2020 Research and Innovation Project (2015-2018)

For more information, please contact us at :

success@univ-brest.fr

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“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 635188”