Marine resource management - an explanation
Our ocean provides many valuable resources, but how are they managed? What important decisions have been taken in the past? What is needed in the future? Long-time expert Kjell Grip gives an comprehensive explanation.
From an expert's point of view - short talk
We use resources from the sea in many ways. Transportation, fishery, energy extraction and tourism are some examples. The resources are managed at various agencies and are steered by laws and regulations from different national and international authorities.
To better understand how it works in Sweden, we asked the long-time expert Kjell Grip, a few questions: How are marine resources managed? What central decisions has been taken? What is needed in the future of environmental management?
Use and management of marine resources, and protection of marine nature values - lunch seminar
Watch the 40 minutes talk to learn more about the main activities that need to be managed, the operational system, important historical steps and international managing authorities and conventions.
A Marine Ecology Lunch seminar at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences.
Kjell Grip has worked with questions regarding environmental management at various levels in society; from municipalities and county administrative boards to central agencies, commissions and ministries. He also has international experience from his positions in HELCOM and the Cartagena Convention in the Caribbean Region. Before his retirement Kjell worked at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and recently he initated his current PhD at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences.
April 8, 2013
Page editor: Nastassja Åstrand Capetillo
Source: Baltic Sea Centre