Foundation president, Harvey Fineberg, and chairman and co-founder, Gordon Moore, discuss the Statement of Founders' Intent with staff.
Moore Foundation Headquarters 1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
This grant to Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) builds on previous work to establish an individual fishing quota (IFQ) management system in the trawl sector of the Pacific groundfish fishery. In the renewal grant, EDF will work to ensure that the rules and implementing measures of the trawl sector are finalized as a model of sustainable fisheries management and will work to initiate a formal Pacific Fishery Management Council process to extend quota share management to other sectors in the Pacific groundfish fishery.
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Environmental Defense Fund
Territorial Management Planning for Sustainability of the Xingu Mosaic.
Accountability and Monitoring in the New England Groundfish Sector Management System
Refining and Enhancing the Pacific Groundfish Catch Share Program to Secure Durable Economic and Conservation Gains
Integrated Territorial Management of the Xingu Conservation Corridor
Durable Catch Share Programs in the United States
New England Groundfish Catch Share Management Programs
Refining the Pacific groundfish catch share program to achieve durability
Improving fisheries management practices
Xingu Protected Area Mosaic
Durable and Efficient Pacific Trawl Catch Share
Greater Xingú Complex Conservation III (9 month extension)
New England Catch Share Management Programs
Greater Xingú Complex Conservation (Phase III)
National Policy Framework for Advancing Dedicated Access Privilege (DAP) Programs
Pacific Groundfish Integration
Greater Xingú Complex Conservation (Phase II)
California Fisheries Fund
Dedicated Access Privilege (DAP) for the Pacific Groundfish trawl fishery
Communicating Dedicated Access Privilege (DAP) analysis results
Dedicated Access Program Assessment
Greater Xingú Complex Conservation
Creating positive outcomes for future generations.