Large scale pilot project in Algarve

last update: June 3, 2022

25% annual gear loss! đŸ˜±

Following our recent introduction and product demonstrations to the fishermen and academic institutions in Algarve with Oceano Azul Foundation , World Wildlife Fund and others represented, we will now propose a large scale pilot project towards the 2 million traps octopus fisheries in Algarve.

40% of the Algarve fisheries was represented at our demo day through their fisheries associations and gave high regards to the product demonstration. A study from 2008, by Dr. Karim Erzini (a co-host of our event) showed that the Algarve fisheries suffer a whopping 25% annual gear loss.

Universidade do Algarve, @CiĂȘnciacomimpacto, AgĂȘncia para o Desenvolvimento e CoesĂŁo, IP – AD&C

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