Our white paper provides a detailed legal and practical overview of Corps regulation of offshore aquaculture, illustrated through case studies of three offshore aquaculture projects that have recently received Section 10 permits. In addition, it provides recommendations for steps to increase the consistency and timeliness of Section 10 permitting of offshore aquaculture while ensuring that all environmental impacts are effectively addressed.
A legal and practical overview of Corps regulation of offshore aquaculture.
An in-depth assessment of the role of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act in regulating the offshore aquaculture industry.
A brief overview of the role of the Magnuson-Stevens Act in regulating offshore aquaculture.
A review of the potential for seafood traceability systems to reduce illegal catch and mislabeling.
An assessment of the role of the Clean Water Act in regulating offshore aquaculture.
Investigation of the relationship between catch share programs and compliance and enforcement behavior in a commerical Gulf of Mexico fishery.
On June 6, we hosted a webinar to mark the release of ELI’s new white paper, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulation of Offshore Aquaculture. This webinar featured presentations on the content and recommendations of the white paper, along with presentations and reactions by experts from the Army Corps of Engineers and Salem State University’s Northeastern Massachusetts Aquaculture Center.
This webinar brought together fisheries and aquaculture experts to explore questions related to the application of the Magnuson-Stevens Act to offshore aquaculture.
This webinar brought together experts from the Environmental Law Institute, the Environmental Protection Agency, and academia to explore questions related to the application of the Clean Water Act to offshore aquaculture.
In this session, panelists discussed the key challenges and opportunities facing fisheries law enforcement agencies and the regulated industry.
View our Past Events page for details about previous fisheries and aquaculture events that ELI has organized.