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|Subject of contract|
|Deliver a study on “Costs and benefits of fish stock recovery areas and other effective area-based conservation measures as tools for fisheries management - Case study assessments”
The overall objective of the research project is to provide three case studies, evaluating the costs and benefits of the following spatial protection measures: Fish stock recovery areas, Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and other effective area-based conservation measures (OECM). It further aims at assessing the importance of co-management of such areas by local communities including the fisheries and aquaculture sector as a way to manage fisheries sustainably.
This study of around 90 pages shall be delivered to the European Parliament's Committee on Fisheries (PECH) by April 2022.
Minimum requirements: the selected research institute, consortium, or experts shall bring together a team of minimum 8 experts with relevant professional background on scientific analysis of EU’s fisheries conservation policy in general and the evaluation of ecosystem services in particular. Some of these experts should have an educational background in marine biology, habitat conservation planning, fisheries economics and social sciences..
Perf town/city: Brussels
Perf country: Belgium
|Duration of the contract||Value of the contract||Currency||Deadline to ask for tender documents||Planned date to send tender documents||Deadline to submit|
|Undetermined||Up to 80,000||EUR||07/07/2021||05/08/2021||28/09/2021|
|Publication date||Reference number||Address+Contact||Remarks|
Kohl 07 Y 013 Rue Wiertz 60
B- 1047 BRUSSELS
Direction: Structural and Cohesion PolicyPolicy Department B
|Participation is restricted to legal entities registered in the EU and natural persons having their domicile in the EU|