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The sustainable seafood movement: bringing together supply, demand, and governance of capture fisheries in the U.S. and U.K. to achieve sustainability

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The Sustainable Seafood Movement's "theory of change" is predicated on using markets to improve the supply of, demand for and governance of sustainable fisheries. Over four articles, this thesis will examine the implications of this approach. Article I evaluates the cultural model of seafood eco-labelling and demonstrates that while the theory of using market demand to motivate fishery improvements has been a powerful incentive, consumers have had a minimal role in incentivising that chang...

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St. Edmund Hall; Department of Geography and Environment

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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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