The November 2021 webinar of the V2V research platform featured Jeremy Pittman of the University of Waterloo. Together with colleagues from the Fisheries Department in Dominica and of the University of Waterloo Jeremy has done on-site research in this Caribbean island. His talk was titled 'Identifying entry points to enhance the adaptive capacity of small-scale fisheries communities'. The basic hypothesis presented was that small-scale fisheries with high adaptive capacity have a higher viability than those with low adaptive capacity.

Mundus maris is a partner in V2V. Click on the poster announcement to follow the webinar online.