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Open Access item A Joint European Certification System for Sustainable Non-Intensive Aquaculture: a proposal from the SEACASE project

Authors:Vaz-Pires, Paulo
Ramalho Ribeiro, Ana
Jesus, Ana
Soares, F.
Conceição, L. E. C.
Dinis, M. T.
Ribeiro, Laura
Pousão-Ferreira, P.
Cunha, Maria Emilia
Ferreira, Hugo
Yúfera, Manuel
Marino, Giovanna
Boglione, Clara
Cataudella, Stefano
Hussenot, Jérome
Begout, Marie-Laure
Makridis, Pavlos
Buard, Eric
Blachier, Philippe
Keywords:SEACASE project, Aquaculture, Certification System
Issue Date:Jun-2010
Publisher:European Aquaculture Society
Citation:Aquaculture Europe 35(2): 17-22 (2010)
Abstract:The European project Sustainable extensive and semi-intensive coastal aquaculture in Southern Europe (SEACASE) included the proposal of 6 Codes of Conduct for the aquaculture systems studied during the project work. These case studies are typical of the countries involved, namely semi-intensive polyculture (Portugal and Spain), extensive polyculture in esteros (Spain), integrated systems (France), valliculture (Italy), nursery ponds (Greece, Portugal, France and Italy) and eel ponds (France). This article was written having as objective the providing of a concise summary of the characteristics that SEACASE collaborators found to be central to build a complete and trustable Certification system for products of sustainable non-intensive aquaculture (for “certification of sustainability”, see Ojeda, 2008). The 6 Codes of Conduct are the basic information to build such a system in the future.
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