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Supplementary conference reading material

The Oceans: an opportunity for a new level of international cooperation or a tragedy of the commons?

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Please note that this is not a recommended reading list produced by the Ditchley Foundation.

Conference participants are invited to recommend pre-conference reading materials relevant to the topic of this conference, and we are happy to post links to the items here for your reference.

Chris Mooney and Brady Dennis: New maps show the utterly massive imprint of fishing on the world's oceans. Washington Post, 22 February 2018

Robert Panipilla: Preparation for Marine Biodiversity Register and the Documentation of Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Practices of Fishermen in the Trivandrum Coast, Kerala, India. Excerpt from Institute for Global Environmental Strategies publication, March 2017

Robert Panipilla: excerpt from presentation at UN Ocean conference, 2017, New York

Robert Panipilla
and Aneesha Ani Benedict: The Sea Around Us, published online by International Collective in Support of Fishworkers, April 2014

Robert Panipilla: Eyes on their fingertips: some aspects of the arts, science, technology and culture of the fisherfolk of Trivandrum, India. Chennai, India, International Collective in Support of Fishworkers, 114pp. (ICSF Occasional Paper) ISBN 978-93-80802-37-4, 2015

Christine Spiten: Looking Under the Surface: Technology's Impact on Empathy. TEDx Talk, 6 December 2017

Paul Holthus: Beyond the horizon: ocean solutions to climate change and the carbon economy. Op-ed, 2017

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