WKWIND

WKWIND

Workshop to develop guidelines on how to approach the ecological, economic and social trade-offs between offshore renewable energy developments (wind farms) and fisheries

 

 

WKWINDWKWINDTrueAndrew Gill, Angela Muench, Sean HayesHAPISGandrew.gill@cefas.gov.uk, angela.muench@cefas.gov.uk, sean.hayes@noaa.govWorkshop to develop guidelines on how to approach the ecological, economic and social trade-offs between offshore renewable energy developments (wind farms) and fisheries

Venue: ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark (limited hybrid)
Dates: 29 April - 2 May 2024

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The workshop aims to review approaches to assess the trade-offs between offshore renewable energy developments (initial focus on offshore wind farms) and the provisions of wild harvest fish by assessing the economic, social and ecological consequences. WKWIND will provide the first steps for developing ICES best practice guidelines on how to assess trade-offs to enable sustainable marine management. ​​​​

The WKWIND Terms of Reference can be viewed here.

Registration for the workshop is closed. 

If the workshop is oversubscribed, ICES reserves the right, in consultation with the workshop chairs, to select the final workshop particip​ants based on their expertise and to ensure an equitable makeup of participants at the workshop.​


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