India Output

The Indian team has a number of outputs that can be viewed below.


 

 Assesments:

Assessment Of Fishers Perception (Click to view or download PDF)

 


 

The following article appeared in India's leading daily newspaper, The Times of India, highlighting the work done by the team in India.

 

The original article can be viewed here.

 

Fisherfolk have to be aware of climate change

Sudha Nambudiri | May 13, 2015, 04.02 AM IST

KOCHI: Though fishermen communities are noting the dwindling numbers in their catch and changes in fish species, they have not related the same to climate change. This requires them to adapt and take up mitigation measures, says an ICAR study covering 300 households in two villages of Ochanthuruth and Njarackal in Ernakulam district.

 

MECOS poster presentation. Based on the social research conducted and analysis carried out a poster titled "Assessing the climate change knowledge of marine coastal communities in coastal Kerala" was presented at the international symposium, MECOS2, on Marine Ecosystems - Challenges and Opportunities, organised by Marine Biological Association of India during Dec 2-5 2014.

Please click here or on the image to view or download the full sized poster.

MECOSPoster

GULLS India sticker. A GULLS sticker was developed with the logos of ICAR and CMFRI for distribution among students and households in the study villages.

GULLSIndiaSticker


 

The biology team of Team India presented a poster titled “Vulnerability of commercially important marine fishery resources in hotspot regions along the south Kerala coast” at the World Ocean Science Congress (WOSC)  with the focal theme Protect Oceans for Posterity held at Kochi from 5th to 8th of February 2015.

Please click here or on the image to view or download the full sized poster. 

WOSCPoster


 

Climate change monograph. The team developed a learning material titled "Learning & Coping climate change" as a part of the climate change awareness series "ClimeEd"

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