Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012                       SESSION 4.2              ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji 18-20 June 2012        Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Ree...
CTI VISION                                           Improved Management of Biologically and                              ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II    Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji    18-20 June 2012               CT6/Partner Coordination•...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012NOAA-IUU team:Todd Dubois (Assistant Director, N...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012                      Coral Triangle InitiativeI...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012   Monitoring Control and Surveillance          ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II    Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji    18-20 June 2012    Goals of the MCS Assessment:     Id...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012  MCS Assessment Results (Preliminary)          ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012              CT6 requests for assistance       ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012   EAFM REX I/II Objective 2: Reduce IUU fishing...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012June 2012                  IUU Team Activities ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012                     Impacts of IUU Fishing     ...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012                        Global IUU Initiatives I...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012              PSM Agreement Objectives • First b...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012Port State Measures Agreement Training Todd.Dubo...
Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012          Opportunities for collaboration       ...
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Combating IUU Fishing through the CTI

  1. 1. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 SESSION 4.2 Combating IUU Fishing through the Coral Triangle Initiative Ann Mooney (NOAA) ann.mooney@noaa.gov
  2. 2. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji 18-20 June 2012 Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI) Multilateral partnership to safeguard Coral Triangle Region’s marine & coastal biological resources Initiated 2007 by Indonesian President Yudhoyono Launched May 2009, when CT6 heads of state signed CTIThe Coral Triangle is the hotspot of marine biological diversity,shared within the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New declaration & launched CTIGuinea, Timor-Leste, the Philippines, and the Solomon IslandsImage: www.uscti.org Regional Plan of Action
  3. 3. CTI VISION Improved Management of Biologically and Economically Important Coastal and Marine Resources and its Associated Ecosystems that Support the Livelihoods of Peoples and Economies in the Coral Triangle R1. Regional and national platforms strengthened to catalyze and sustain integrated marine and coastal management in the Coral Triangle NOAA’s focus w/in  IR1.1 Policies developed US CTI Results  and advanced IR1.2 Institutional capacity and Framework  collaboration strengthened IR1.3 Learning and information networks strengthened IR1.4 Public and private sector constituencies engaged   IR1.5 Sustainable financing mobilized CTI GOAL 2 EAFM and other marine resources fully applied R2. EAFM improved in CT CTI GOAL 3 MPAs established and effectively managed R3. MPA management  CTI GOAL 4 CC adaptation measures achieved R4. Capacity to adapt to improved in CT climate change improved in CTIR2.1 EAFM framework developed and IR3.1 MPA system framework IR4.1 Capacity to apply climate change endorsed developed and endorsed adaptation strategies increasedIR2.2 Fisheries management capacity IR3.2 MPA management capacity IR4.2 Climate adaptation strategies increased increased applied in priority geographiesIR2.3 Enforcement capacity increased IR3.3 MPA effectiveness improved inIR2.4 EAFM applied in priority geographies priority geographies
  4. 4. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji 18-20 June 2012 CT6/Partner Coordination• Current IUU Group: – CT6 MCS Organizations • Sabah Fisheries, Sabah Parks • Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources • KKP – NOAA Office of Law Enforcement – NOAA Office of General Counsel for Enforcement – US Coast Guard – US Dept. Of Justice – International MCS Network – Australia MCS Organizations• Identify Additional CT6 MCS contacts
  5. 5. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012NOAA-IUU team:Todd Dubois (Assistant Director, NOAA Fisheries Enforcement)Meggan Engelke-Ros (NOAA General Counsel for Enforcement)Frank Giaretto (Pacific Island Division, NOAA Fisheries Enforcement)Gregg Casad (US Coast Guard)Ann Mooney (NOAA Fisheries Enforcement)
  6. 6. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 Coral Triangle InitiativeIUU Team Goals – CT6 Participation in International MCS Networks – Integrated Fisheries MCS – Coordinated Regional MCS Operations (where appropriate) – Harmonization of Legal Frameworks/Fisheries Laws – Self Sustained Fisheries MCS Training Program
  7. 7. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 Monitoring Control and Surveillance Surveys
  8. 8. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum II Novotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji 18-20 June 2012 Goals of the MCS Assessment: Identify Areas of Known or Suspected IUU Fishing Activity Identify Fisheries MCS Capacity and Gaps Identify Applicable Fisheries Legislation/Laws and Gaps Identify Fisheries MCS Training Needs
  9. 9. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 MCS Assessment Results (Preliminary) Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Timor-Leste Philippines Indonesia Malaysia Foreign Vessels Input : rules and regulations Domestic Vessels catch accounting gear closed areas output: rules and regulations electronic monitoring at-sea shoreside legal Enforcement System: communication
  10. 10. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 CT6 requests for assistance Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Timor-Leste Philippines Indonesia Malaysia Foreign Vessels Input : rules and regulations Domestic Vessels catch accounting gear closed areas output: rules and regulations electronic monitoring at-sea shoreside legal Enforcement System: communication Foreign Vessels Observer Program: presence Domestic Vessels
  11. 11. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 EAFM REX I/II Objective 2: Reduce IUU fishing through greater collaboration and increased enforcement and awareness by 2017 1. Strengthen regional MCS through the RPOA IUU 2. Convene an MCS practitioner workshop (REX) 3. Develop best practices for MCS within CT 4. Develop proposal for Regional IUU information centre 5. Analyse markets/trade routes of IUU to/from CT
  12. 12. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012June 2012 IUU Team Activities Port State Measures Training 1 (Jakarta) Coral Triangle Fishers Forum-IUUJuly 2012 Legal workshop (Washington, DC)August 2012 Transboundary training (Philippines) Port State Measures Training 2 (tbd)
  13. 13. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 Impacts of IUU Fishing Worldwide: Up to US$23B lost annually due to IUU activities Economic Resource Social Ecological 13
  14. 14. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 Global IUU Initiatives International Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) Network: – enhanced cooperation – coordination – information collection/ exchange INTERPOL IUU Working Group – Initiated an ad hoc working group on IUU Fishing (Bangkok – March 2012) – Seeking international collaboration on criminal IUU activity International Port State Measures Agreement
  15. 15. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 PSM Agreement Objectives • First binding global instrument focused specifically on combating IUU fishing • Intended to combat IUU fishing by eliminating “ports of convenience,” thereby preventing IUU fish from entering the stream of commerce. • Sets minimum standards for effective port state controls
  16. 16. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012Port State Measures Agreement Training Todd.Dubois@noaa.gov Curriculum addresses: • Inspection • Denial of entry into port or access to port services to IUU vessels • Flag State control • Information sharing • Capacity building
  17. 17. Coral Triangle Fishers Forum IINovotel Lami Bay, Suva, Fiji18-20 June 2012 Opportunities for collaboration between CTFF and CTI-IUU team Information sharing network/databases Relationships/open dialogue outside G to G Ideas??
  18. 18. Thanks!

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