Fishing is traditionally a male activity—or at least, it is perceived to be—but women also play a crucial role in many fishing cultures. In this Forum, nine women (fishers, fishmongers, processors, chefs, etc.) came together to talk about their skills, knowledge, and experiences in the seemingly male-dominated world of fishing. Claudia Orlandini, of the LIFE …
Rolando Diego Manzano Rado is an indigenous Aimara man from Visiviri in Chile’s north. A vet and a llama and alpaca breeder, Rolando wants to stop the drain of youth from his community and is hoping that a political change will be the catalyst needed to revitalise his home and entice the emigrated youth to return.
In the Morbihan, on Brittany’s wild Atlantic coast, Tifenn and Jean Noël Yvon, are feeling the effects of the changing climate. These Oyster farmers have noticed a change in the cycles of their oysters, and the operation’s workload has increased as warmer seas trigger changes in the delicate ecosystem.