Kingfisher seeks projects that combine
sound scientific, economic, social and political realities and have a potential conservation impact substantially exceeding
the amount of time and capital invested. Selected examples of interesting projects:
Develop improved, comprehensive economic models and measurements for assessing the impacts of fisheries management
Implement new laws and trade policies that prioritize resource and ecosystem health as the foundation for
Support leaders with a demonstrated approach,
able to incorporate the views of multiple stakeholders and generate politically palatable solutions at the right moment.
Test novel ideas or methods with a
- Pilot non-traditional,
sustained funding methods for fisheries rebuilding, management and conservation.
Communicate successes through thought pieces, workshops
or legislative information sessions that can change behavior, shift the debate or help an idea be adopted as the new status
- Develop careers of results-oriented
people who share our values. Attract individuals with fresh perspectives and strong track records from
other fields to fisheries management.