This impACT story invited Catarina Grilo, Director of Conservation and Policy at ANP/WWF. Throughout her career, Catarina's work has been focused on environmental issues at the science-policy interface, the role of science in policy-making, and specifically on the human dimensions of marine conservation and fisheries. She received an honorable mention by the Terre de Femmes award in 2015 for her role in creating Portugal’s first community-supported fishery, a seafood direct marketing initiative established through a partnership between fishers and an environmental NGO.
PESCARDATA2 is a national study that aims to characterize recreational fishing that occurs in Portugal, encompassing two scopes: recreational fishing modalities and sports.Learn more
His name is Diogo Silva, he is 28 years old and he is an activist for climate justice.Learn more
VALPRAD, a research project of Nova SBE Environmental Economics Knowledge Center, aims to investigate the ecological importance and estimate the economic value provided by seagrass meadows in the Sado Estuary for conservation purposes.Learn more