Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for Sustainable Fisheries
As climate change continues to represent a significant danger to the environment, adapting to its negative consequences has become more important for the vocations that rely on natural resources for their livelihood. Fisher are one of the main occupational groups who are dependent on nature are expected to experience many new challenges from the changing climate. Aspects such as risks reduction, climate change knowledge, coping mechanisms, involvement in adaptation planning and access to credit are recommended to be considered because they provides synergy for climate change adaptation. It examines capture fisheries and aquaculture sensitivity and vulnerability to climate change, as well as instances of existing adaptation strategies at present. Overall these adaptation strategies are highly useful to maintain sustainable fisheries in future.