The Caribbean spiny lobster fishery provides a livelihood for hundreds of fishers and packing plant processors in Honduras. This industrial Honduran fishery faces critical issues including a lack of robust data to inform stock status and management decisions, limited information on impacts of lobster traps on marine habitats and ecosystems, an ineffective legal management framework, and limited resources to enforce fishing regulations. But with the active involvement of FIP stakeholders, such as General Directorate for Fishing and Aquaculture (DIGPESCA), and FIP Participants, the challenges facing this fishery are being addressed against the MSC standard.
The Caribbean spiny lobster fishery provides a livelihood for hundreds of fishers and packing plant processors in Honduras.
The objective of this FIP is to be completed by December 2021 and enter MSC full assessment after that.
FIP at a Glance
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