About the Project - Adri.SmArtFish

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Adri.SmArtFish

Valorisation of SMall-scale ARTisanal FISHery of the Adriatic coasts in a context of sustainability

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

31.12.2021

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 3.242.000

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

Strengthen the small-scale fishery role in the North Adriatic Sea area (GSA 17) in the near future by fostering their potential for innovation within the Blue Growth context, through the adoption of an ecosystem-based management approach.

1.  Create an organic body of knowledges about the State-of-the-art of the SSF sector in the area

2.  Promote sustainable innovation in the SSF industry and on the market

3.  Promote sustainable innovation in the SSF industry in management and policy-making

LEAD PARTNER

Veneto Region - Agri-Environment, Fishery and Wildlife Programming and Management Directorate

TARGET GROUPS

- General Public

- Local, regional and national public authorities

- Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

- NGOs, Associations, Innovation Agencies, Business Incubators, Cluster Management Bodies and   Networks

Artisanal Small-Scale Fishery (SSF) according to EU is the one employing vessels
smaller than 12m LOA, not using towed gear. World-over, it is the most relevant fishery
segment, deeply rooted in local traditions, adapted to the environment through coevolution,
and inherently sustainable. For this, and for its potential to provide
sustainable growth and jobs, in harmony with the marine environment, it is
acknowledged at many levels (FAO, EU CFP, ERDF, EUSAIR) to play an important role in
the pursuit of Blue Growth.
Focusing on the Programme area, SSF sector represents the 50% of the Italian and 90%
of the Croatian fleets operating in the FAO Geographic Subarea (GSA)17 (Northern
Adriatic). The common challenge it faces, proven also through previous CB projects
(e.g. ArtFishMed) is a lack of competitiveness in comparison with other fleets (e.g
trawling and/or dredges), difficult access to market, low prices, decreasing stocks and
biodiversity in the catches, decreasing market values and increasing running costs.
Due to the common characteristics of SSF throughout the Area, and to the fact that it
exploits natural resources shared and freely moving between the waters of the two
Countries, it is a challenge that calls for a cross-border cooperation approach.
The general objective of the Project is to strengthen the Small-Scale Fishery role in the
GSA 17 in the near future, by fostering its potential for innovation within the Blue
Growth context. In a sector like the SSF, which has evolved in strong connection with
local tradition and in balance with the ecosystem, the elements of innovation most
likely to bring the greatest benefits won’t be found in processes and technologies, but
rather in the approach to management and in the valorisation of the products, in an
effort to boost its resilience and sustainability, and market value. Exploiting the great
adaptability of SSF, the Project will promote its assumption as a paradigm for the
implementation of integrated management strategies, through an Ecosystem-Based
Approach.
The project will involve all the actors responsible for the management of the coastal
area with a bottom-up approach; strategies to mitigate risk and exploit opportunities
will be identified in cooperation with stakeholders, and will serve to strengthen the
scientific advice, to improve medium term planning and the policy making process.

F&F – adrismartfish

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Veneto Region - Agri-Environment, Fishery and Wildlife Programming and Management Directorate

PALAZZO BALBI - DORSODURO, 3901

Venice - Italy

http://www.regione.veneto.it/web/guest/direzione-agroambiente-caccia-e-pesca


The Agri-Environment, Fishery and Wildlife Programming and Management Directorate Direction is competent in the governance of the fishery sector, thanks to several years of direct contact with the stakeholders as well as research institutions, enterprises, industry, associations, and public bodies. In addition, the Partner institutionally represents the regional level of policymaking for the fishery sector.

Contact person: Matteo Bellemo

E-mail: matteo.bellemo@regione.veneto.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Ca'Foscari University of Venice - Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics

https://www.unive.it/pag/28183


The Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics was established in 2011, aiming at fostering an ideal context for the interaction among three disciplines that constitute key drivers of modern research and socio-economic development. The Department brings together world-leading scientists who contribute to advance understanding of the complexity of modern environmental and information systems, by developing analytical models, assessment principles and engineering techniques.

Contact person: Fabio Pranovi

E-mail: fpranovi@unive.it

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia - Hunting and Fish Resources Unit

https://www.regione.fvg.it/rafvg/cms/RAFVG/economia-imprese/pesca-acquacoltura/FOGLIA24/


Autonomous Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Service for hunting and fishing resources performs regulatory, administrative and management functions in fisheries and aquaculture and is the Managing Authority for regional interventions of the new fund EMFF 2014-2020. The Service coordinates the working group for the Northern Adriatic District.

Contact person: Alberto Fonzo

E-mail: alberto.fonzo@regione.fvg.it

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Emilia Romagna Region - General Directorate for Agriculture, Hunting and Fishing

http://agricoltura.regione.emilia-romagna.it/pesca


Emilia Romagna Region - General Direction for Agriculture, Hunting and Fishing has specific competence in the sector of fisheries and aquaculture, running and managing all national and European funds dedicated to the development of economic activities in the Region. Emilia Romagna Region has experience gained in managing the ichthyic Regional economy also in partnership with other Regions, and protecting the marine resources for a compatible and research oriented fishery.

Contact person: Piergiorgio Vasi

E-mail: piergiorgio.vasi@regione.emilia-romagna.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Marche Region - Fisheries Economy Department

https://www.regione.marche.it/Regione-Utile/Agricoltura-Sviluppo-Rurale-e-Pesca/Pesca#15627_Adri.SmArtFish


Marche Region – Fisheries economy Department acts as Intermediate Authority of the new European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) (2014-2020) and is responsible at Regional level for programming and implementing actions aimed to a sustainable development of fisheries and aquaculture. Overseeing fisheries and aquaculture governance, the Maritime Fisheries Department has also relevant experience in the involvement and engagement of sector stakeholders.

Contact person: Laura Gagliardini

E-mail: laura.gagliardini@regione.marche.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Region of Istria - Administrative Department for Agriculture, Forestry, Hunting, Fishery and Water Management

https://www.istra-istria.hr/index.php?id=2337


Department for Agriculture, Forestry, Hunting, and Water Management of Istria County performs works of monitoring and analysing legal regulative, situation analysis, and total trends in the field of agriculture, forestry, hunting, fishing, and water management in the Region. It establishes partnerships with EU regions to work on planing and implementation international programs with the aim to develop interregional economy cooperation 

Contact person: Graziano Prekalj

E-mail: Graciano.Prekalj@istra-istria.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Primorje-Gorski Kotar County

https://www.pgz.hr/


Primorje-Gorski Kotar County is a regional government authority responsible for managing projects in fields of tourism, rural development, infrastructure, etc. Among the Department of Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Rural development competences relevant to the project are: - cooperation with domestic and foreign institutions and centres - implementing incentive measures for development of local fisheries; - running projects of interest to the County related to the programmes of the European Union

Contact person: Mladen Brajan

E-mail: Mladen.Brajan@pgz.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Zadar County

https://www.zadarska-zupanija.hr/


Administrative Department for Agriculture, Fisheries, Water Management, Rural and Island Development performs activities related to agricultural development, analytical planning and organizational coordination tasks in rural areas, development and implementation of the sustainable island development program. It monitors and coordinates the work of the Public Agency for Rural Development of Zadar County AGRRA, and performs other tasks in accordance with the law.

Contact person: Katerina Skelin

E-mail: katerina.skelin@zadarska-zupanija.hr

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries

http://www.izor.hr/web/guest;jsessionid=D57E008706F6C048F22D470F39A2A127


Fisheries issues are constantly in large focus of the IOF’s research. Research encompasses systematic research of, fish community composition and structure, estimating potential impact of global climate change on fish biodiversity and other sea living resources in the Adriatic Sea, collection of new ichthyological data and finally preparing recommendations for conservation, sustainable use and management of living marine resources.

Contact person: Sanja Matic Skoko

E-mail: sanja@izor.hr

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Ministry of Agriculture - Directorate of Fisheries

https://poljoprivreda.gov.hr/


The Ministry of Agriculture, Directorate of Fisheries, is the governmental body responsible for management in fishery and aquaculture in Republic of Croatia. It is in charge of the management of fishing fleets in terms of capacity, effort, fishing areas and fishing gears.


Contact person: Mario Jurasic

E-mail: mario.jurasic@mps.hr

 

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Deliverable 5.1.1 - Stakeholder Discussion Board

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Deliverable 5.1.1 - Joint Discussion Board

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Deliverable 5.1.1 - Joint Discussion Board

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Deliverable 5.1.2 - Draft_Statute of the SSF association

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Deliverable 5.2 - Possibilities of a cross-border association_ITALIAN analysis

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Deliverable 5.2 - Possibilities of a cross-border association_Croatian analysis

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Deliverable 3.1.1 - Evaluation of SSF

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Minutes Veneto Stakeholders discussion

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Annex 1

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Deliverable 3.1 - Scientific Board Meeting Minutes + SC

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Board Meeting PP4

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Board Meeting PP7 (1st part)

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Board Meeting PP7 (2nd part)

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Deliverable 3.1.3 - Regional report on SSF status - Croatia

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Deliverable 3.1.3 - Regional report on SSF status - Italy

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Deliverable 3.1.4 - Document on SWOT analysis

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Deliverable 3.1.3 - Regional report on SSF status_Croatia

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Deliverable 3.1.3 - Regional report on SSF status Italy

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Deliverable 3.1.4 - Document on SWOT Analysis

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Deliverable 3.1.2 - Stakeholder Discussion Board

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Deliverable 3.2 - Sustainability SSF

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Deliverable 3.2.2 - Guidelines Protocol Sustainability SSF

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Deliverable 3.2 - Evaluation of the ecological sustainability of SSF in Emilia-Romagna

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Deliverable 3.3.1 - Report on SSF vulnerability to Climate Change in GSA 17

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Deliverable 3.3.2/.3 - Guidelines SSF Resilience

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deliverable 3.3.1 - Vulnerability CC

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Deliverable 3.3.2 - Guidelines Sustainability CC protocol

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Deliverable 3.3.3 - Guidelines Sustainability CC management

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Deliverable 3.3 - Assessment of the vulnerability of SSF to Climate Change

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Deliverable 4.3 - Periodic Report

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D.2.2.4 Mainstreaming Document

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D2.1.4 Informative Poster EN

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D2.1.4 Informative Poster IT

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D2.1.4 Informative Poster HR

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D2.2.1 Infographic Flyer EN

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