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Date: 2018-12-12 Page is: DBtxt001.php L0700-SI-fish-seafood-sector

SECTORS / INDUSTRIES
THE FISH & SEAFOOD SECTOR
THE FISH & SEAFOOD SECTOR ... m
LOCAL AREA FISH CAPTURE
DISTANT WATER INDUSTRIAL FISH CAPTURE
PROCESSING AND DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMPTION
RETAIL AND CONSUMPTION
HOW THIS MUST WORK
REALITY ... A COMPLEX WORLD!
Single issue solutions will never work ...
The problem is SYSTEMIC
Success is not a simple process
Everything is VERY compicated
MANAGE FOR ALL THE CAPITALS
(I) SOCIAL CAPITAL

SOCIO ... more
(II) NATURAL CAPITAL

ENVIRO ... more
(III) ECONOMIC CAPITAL

ECONOMIC ... more
FINANCIAL CAPITAL IS JUST ONE PART OF ECONOMIC CAPITAL
ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ALL
THE ACTORS AND ACTIVITIES
PEOPLE, PLACES, ORGANIZATIONS, etc.
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MEASURE WHAT MATTERS
BETTER METRICS gives BETTER DECISIONS gives BETTER RESULTS
WITHOUT MEASUREMENT, THERE IS NO MANAGEMENT
FOR REPORTING ... SUMMARY DATA
ACTIVITIES and FLOWS CHANGE STATE
PROGRESS is the increase in VALUE (of the STATE) from beginning to end of the period ... more
FOR MANAGING ... DETAILED DATA
Get granular information before the right people at the right time
Data Centric Relevant detail data Fast specific feedback
Steps towards MANAGING this complexity
PROGRESS is CHANGE in STATE for ALL SEGMENTS of CAPITAL for EVERYTHING
Many DIMENSIONS ... Many PERSPECTIVES ... Many ACTIVITIES ... Many ACTORS
Context ... more Progress and Performance ... more Ideas ... more Initiatives ... m Streams ... m Places ... more People ... more Products . more
Issues ... more Social ... m Environment . m Economic ... m Metrics ... m Perspectives . m TVIA ... more TPB ... more TEAM ... more Knowledge . m
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WE WANT TO MAINTAIN AN OPEN KNOWLEDGE MODEL
A MODEST DONATION WOULD BE OF HUGE VALUE!
.
THERE IS MASSIVE SYSTEMIC DYSFUNCTION THAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED
.
DATA a BIG PROBLEM
MISSING DATA / WRONG DATA
Technology can help ... but may make matters worse
Data without accountability and enforcement does little good
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ALL OF THE SYSTEM ... more
SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT should have priority over FINANCIAL/ECONOMY
STATE OF THE CAPITALS
SOCIO ENVIRO ECONOMIC
PEOPLE / SOCIETY .m ENVIRONMENT .m ECONOMY .m
SOCIAL CAPITAL
QUALITY OF LIFE
... m
NATURAL CAPITAL
SUSTAINABILITY
ECONOMIC CAPITAL
PROFITS / WEALTH
COMPONENTS OF HAPPINESS
AVAILABILITY OF / ACCESS TO ...
FOOD ... more
There is too much hunger
CLEAN WATER ... more
Without water crops die, then animals, then people
ENERGY ... more
For cooking, for heating/cooling, for transport
HOUSING / SHELTER ... more
Everybody needs shelter.
HEALTHCARE ... more
Better health gives a better life
EDUCATION ... more
A foundation for a successful life
TRANSPORT ... more
Mobility enables a lot more opportunities
HEALTHY AIR ... more
Fresh air improves health
JOBS / EMPLOYMENT ... more
Jobs provide imcome, and also social connection
INCOME ... more
Pays the bills
PHYSICAL SAFETY ... more
Far too much violence
RECREATION ... more
Good for health and happiness
INDIVIDUAL'S STATE OF ...
HEALTH ... more
Better health gives a better life
WEALTH ... more
Pays bigger bills, but no guarantee of happiness
RELATIONSHIPS ... more
Family and friends really matter
SPIRITUAL SECURITY ... more
Very valuable, especially times of stress
STRESS ... more
Reduced stress gives better health
LAND
Land has been used to earn profit with little attention to the issue of ecological sustainability ... more
FRESH AIR
Fresh air is very good for human health and longevity ... more
FRESH WATER
Without water there is no life, and now becoming increasingly scarce ... m
OCEAN WATER
A huge energy sink, and where all the world's garbage accumulates ... m
MINERALS
The raw materials for most of the useful products we use every day ... m
FOSSIL FUELS
The sources of power that made the industrial revolution possible ... m
CLIMATE SYSTEMS
The essential mechanisms that have kept the climate stable until now ... m
ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
The many mechanisms that serve to recycle everything in nature ... m
BIODIVERSITY - FAUNA
Animals, birds, fish, reptiles, insects and other life forms ... m
BIODIVERSITY - FLORA
Millions of species of plants that occupy a complex ecosystem ... m
PHYSICAL ... Buildings
Buildings provide shelter and places to work but very inefficient ... m
PHYSICAL ... Infrastructure
Many sorts of infrastructure are essential for a modern economy ... m
PHYSICAL ... Production
Modern production has become very efficient but energy intensive ... m
PHYSICAL ... Transport
Transport and logistics are enabling global trade and sustainable development ... m
FINANCIAL CAPITAL
Money makes the world go round, but it is only a lubricant
WORKING CAPITAL
Managing stocks and supply chains has revolutionized business ... m
KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL
Education is foundational and essential for a better world ... m
INSTITUTIONAL CAPITAL
Organizations, rule of law, etc make an enabling environment ... m
CULTURAL CAPITAL
Dance, music, tradition, religion ... all sorts of good things that make life worth living ... m
LOCATIONAL CAPITAL
Place is where everything comes together and makes a difference ... m
ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPACTS
COST OF LIVING DEPLETION or DEGRADATION ECONOMIC COSTS
PAYING FOR ALL OF THE THINGS NEEDED FOR A DECENT QUALITY OF LIFE
Materialism, consumerism is all about STUFF ... much of which not needed ... m
HOUSING
Materialism, consumerism is all about STUFF ... much of which not needed ... m
LAND USE
Most economic value add offset by all sorts of degradation ... m
FOSSIL FUELS
Use constitutes depletion AND the processes of production and use pollute and degrade the system ... m
MINERALS
Mining depletes the resources AND the process of mining degrades land, water and ecosystems ... m
AIR POLLUTION
Air pollution from all sorts of modern conveniences ... m
WATER CONSUMPTION
Water consumption key to most industries ... m
WATER POLLUTION
Pollution everywhere ... m
PAYROLL
Low wages reduce costs and increase profits ... m WEAK LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Make it possible to cut corners to increase profits and ROI ... m
CONTRIBUTION REMEDIATION & REGENERATION REVENUES & PROFITS
RESPONSIBLE BUYING
Also important at every stage in life ... m
GOOD PARENTING
The most important learning experience for a chile ... m
MENTORING
Also important at every stage in life ... m
PAID EMPLOYMENT
An essential element in the MONEY ECONOMY ... m
SHARING KNOWLEDGE
A way to make the world a better place ... m
VOLUNTEERING
Giving back to help others ... m
ELDER CARE
Intergenerational communication and sharing ... m
REMEDIATING LAND
Reeastablishing natural ecological systems ... m
CLEAN AIR
address all forms of air pollution ... m
RECOVERING PLASTIC
... from the land, from the sea ... m
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Very sophisticated and powerful to optimize for profit ... m
GAMING THE SYSTEM
Tipping the scales to make profit performance easier ... m
TOLERANCE FOR UNETHICAL PRACTICES
Look the other way, rather than aggressive zero tolerance ... m
TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
Growing amount of talk ... but slow progress towards implementation ... m
ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPACTS
specific to the FISH AND SEAFOOD SECTOR
PEOPLE and COMMUNITY IMPACT of the FISH & SEAFOOD SECTOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS and the FISH & SEAFOOD SECTOR ECONOMIC COST and BENEFIT from the FISH & SEAFOOD SECTOR
CONSUMER
People like fish ... it should be healthy and responsibly handled . m
SEAFOOD RETAILERS
Where the consumer makes purchasing decisions . m
RESTAURANTS
A big outlet for fish and seafood . m
WHOLESALE FISH MARKETS
Fast movement because fresh fish is best . m
TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
Fish and seafood require end to end cold chain . m
FISHING PORTS / SHORE FACILITIES
Safe anchorage and quays . m
SHORE PROCESSING
Fish and seafood best when fresh, but preservation is important also . m
VESSEL AND GEAR MAINTENANCE
Specialized services required . m
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Scientific data and policy formulation . m
FISHERIES REGULATION ENFORCEMENT
Without enforcement, regulation is nothing . m
FISHING INDUSTRY INVESTORS
Take risks ... but expect returns . m
VESSEL OPERATORS
Very independent ... hate rules and regulations . m
VESSEL CREW
Frequently dangerous conditions and underpaid . m
FAMILIES
Large number of family members get benefit from the industry . m
THE FISHING COMMUNITY
Local communities can be very well adjusted based on the fishery . m
SUSTAINABLE FISHING
Management regimes aim to keep the fishery systainable . m
OVERFISHING I
The problem of overfishing local stocks . m
OVERFISHING II
The problem of overfishing migrating stocks . m
ECOSYSTEM DAMAGE I
The damage caused by the fishing industry . m
ECOSYSTEM DAMAGE II
The damage caused by global industrial activity and consumption . m
ILLEGAL FISHING
Many forms of illegal fishing: season; specie; catch quantity, size, wrong gear, etc . m
BY-CATCH
Massive biomass loss resulting from by-catch . m
HABITAT DESTRUCTION I
Huge damage to habitat by industrial trawling . m
HABITAT DESTRUCTION II
More damage caused by mangrove destruction and coastal development . m
INEFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
Resource management is complex ... but critical for sustainability . m
INADEQUATE ENFORCEMENT
Not enough resources for enforcement which is costly but essential . m
LOCAL INSHORE CAPTURE FISHING
Lower economic returns, but far better total returns . m
DISTANT WATER CAPTURE FISHING
Higher economic returns, but bigger socio-environmental issues . m
GOOD DATA
Good data are available to manage the profit performance . m
WEAK AND MISSING DATA
The total picture is not being numbered because the data are missing . m
STREAMS ... multiple impacts through the life cycle ... more STREAMS ... multiple impacts through the life cycle ... more STREAMS ... multiple impacts through the life cycle ... more
PRODUCTS ... needed for quality of life ... more PRODUCTS ... add to unsustainability ... more PRODUCTS ... add to profit performance ... more
PROCESSES ... no direct impact ... more PROCESSES ... environmental efficiency determines scale of unsustainability ... more PROCESSES ... profit efficiency determines level of profits ... more
SECTORS ... more SECTORS ... more SECTORS ... more
DATA / ACCOUNTABILITY
Numbering social impact can be a game-changer ... more
DATA / ACCOUNTABILITY
Numbers for environmental impact will change the dynamic ... more
DATA / ACCOUNTABILITY
Data for profit performance is the only numbering being used ... more
PEOPLE ... m
as ACTORS
ORGANIZATIONS
as ACTORS ... m
ROLE of
PLACE ... m
ALL the
IMPACTS
TOOLS and ... m METHODS
Individual ... more
Family ... more
Community ... more
Employee ... more
Employer ... more
Investor ... more
Customer ... more
Director ... more
Governments ... m
Multinationals ... m
Companies ... m
SMEs ... more
Banks ... more
NGOs ... more
Portfolio ... more
Building ... more
Neighborhood ... m
City ... more
Metro-area ... more
Suburb ... more
Rural Town ... more
Development ... m
Productivity ... more
Exchange ... more
Money ... more
Standard Values ... m
Value Tokens ... more
Basic Income ... more
Money Metrics
Economy / GDP ... more
for Investors ... more
for Companies ... more
True Value
Impact Acctg

TVIA ... more


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