Fisheries Infosite

Sector Perspectives

Government staff on oyster farm field tripNothing is more important for the long-term sustainability of our fisheries and ecosystems, than education.

This is because it is people's attitudes and behaviours, as well as environmental factors, which drive the health of our fisheries and ecosystems.  

Teachers and academics have an important role to play in getting the right messages across to our future citizens and leaders. Students and school children have a major role to play in educating and challenging the behaviours of older generations and showing them how to care for our environment.

The internet is a critical channel in improving communication and information flows.  That is why the Ministry continues to invest heavily in internet technologies and its communication and educational programmes.

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