Fishing for Solutions: Harvester perceptions of climate change vulnerability in Canada's Pacific fisheries (2022)
This report summarizes the findings of an online survey where 105 B.C. harvesters provided their perceptions of climate change impacts and their ability to adapt.
As front-line workers for the fisheries sector, harvesters’ perspectives and input are crucial to identifying priority areas for responding to the most urgent concerns related to climate change and fisheries. They are also valuable for developing effective strategies for bolstering resilience and the ability to respond to multiple challenges and emerging opportunities.
The report and research were led by Nature United and a collaborative team of partners and supporters including Jim McIsaac of the TBuck Suzuki Foundation.