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Economic session

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Economic session

22/03/2022
3:30pm - 5:10pm
La Rochelle, FR

Moderator: Lynne BARRATT - NEEMO

LIFE Blue Natura Project: the voluntary blue carbon (offsetting) marke

Maria Soledad Vivas Navarro - Consejería de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Desarrollo Sostenible

View the slideshow : https://www.calameo.com/ofbiodiversite/read/0035029482ff50ef7705f

Economic added value of strict protection zones compared to conventional protection zones

Thomas BINET – Vertigo Lab  

View the slideshow : https://www.calameo.com/ofbiodiversite/read/0035029482c3c87a9107a

Cultural, social, economic, and ecological benefits of partially and strongly protected areas

Joachim CLAUDET - CNRS

View the slideshow : https://www.calameo.com/ofbiodiversite/read/003502948b4b192caacd9

Optimizing multi-access networks of MPAs: networks of strongly protected areas are those benefiting the most for both conservation and fisheries

Charlotte SEVE - CRIOBE

Pairing strategic zoning of highly protected areas and rules of access in MPAs: a need for generating cobenefits and operationalize strong protection and sustainability in MPAs

Catherine BOEMARE, Harold LEVREL, Elsa MOSSERI - CNRS EHESS - F

Question and answer time

17h10 Coffee Breaks

About the speaker

Lynne BARRATT Regional Coordinator for the monitoring of UK- Ireland LIFE Projects at NEEMO
Thomas BINET Researcher Blue Economy at Vertigo Lab
Joachim CLAUDET Director of Research specialized in marine protected area evaluations at National Center for Scientific Research
Charlotte SEVE PhD student at the Island Research Center and Environmental Observatory (CRIOBE)