Impact of Fisheries and Global Warming on Marine Ecosystems

Daniel Pauly is University Killiam Professor at the Institute of Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia, Canada, and Principal Investigator of the Sea Around Us. He has devoted his life to studying, documenting and promoting policies to mitigate the impact of fisheries on the world’s marine ecosystems.

The concepts, methods and software he developed are documented in over 1,000 publications, which received more than 60,000 citations. His work has been recognized by numerous awards, notably the International Cosmos Prize, Japan, the Volvo Environmental Prize, Sweden, the Ramon Margalef Prize from the Government of Catalonia and the Peter Benchley Award.

Panel discussion:
Dr. Gerd Kraus, Director Thünen-Institute of Sea Fisheries
Mrs. Valeska Diemel, Director of Black Fish Germany

Prof. Dr. Agostino Merico, Systems Ecology (ZMT)