- Commonwealth Blue Economy Series, No. 3 - Capture Fisheries (PDF)
- Case Study - Sustainable Coastal Fisheries, Community-Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) in Kiribati (PDF)
- Case Study - Sustainable Coastal Fisheries, Individual Transferable Quotas for Cod Fisheries, Iceland (PDF)
- Case Study - Sustainable Coastal Fisheries, Lyme Bay Fisheries & Conservation Reserve, UK (PDF)
Therefore a way forward to sustaining these biodiversity and its services, Kiribati is delighted to champion the Action Group on the sustainable coastal fisheries under the Commonwealth Blue Charter. We support the Blue Charter as a key outcome of the 2018 CHOGM and as a means to cooperatively contribute to the ecologically sustainable management of our coastal marine resources. Interested member countries are warmly welcomed to join us.
Maldives stepped forward to co-champion the Action Group on sustainable coastal fisheries at a virtual seminar hosted by the Commonwealth Secretariat in 2020.
The Action Group is championed by Kiribati and Maldives and was established to support on-going fisheries programs, efforts and approaches to ensure sustainable coastal fisheries is achieved so as benefits from coastal fisheries is continued to be experienced for the present and future generation. The actions will also support a resilient coastal fisheries in the face of climate change and mostly importantly, alignment of actions towards international, regional and national obligations.