As part of this service, Sunce is preparing an expert study for the need to create an expert basis for changing the boundaries of the Significant Pakleni Islands landscape with the extension of protection to the sea.
Declining a protected marine area aims to protect and restore natural habitats, increase the fish stock, and preserve biodiversity, as our greatest natural wealth.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation supports the project “Integrated management of natural resources of the small islands of the Mediterranean (SMILO-Med)” which enables the small islands of the SMILO network (Lipari – Italy, Porquerolles – France, Sifnos – Greece, Pakleni otoci – Croatia) to implement concrete actions that they provide exemplary solutions for conservation and sustainable management of natural resources, while promoting dialogue among them, and with other islands around the world.
Service title: Study on determining the type and extent of current fishing activities and proposals for recommendations for the preservation of the marine ecosystem of Pakleni otok within the framework of the SMILO – MED project
The service includes the implementation of a condition analysis in order to collect all necessary existing data. For the purposes of preparing the Study, it is necessary to design and carry out consultations and involve the fishing community (commercial fishing, small coastal fishing, recreational and sport fishing, fishing inspection, fishing advisory service, FLAG Škoji, etc.) and the diving community in order to identify the value and use as best as possible. space, level of stakeholder support and possible challenges in establishment and future management.
Client: Public institution for the management of protected parts of nature in the area of Split-Dalmatia County “More i Krš”
Service duration: 15.02.2023. – 01.09.2023.
Service manager: Zrinka Jakl, mag. ing biol.
E-mail: [email protected]