Home > Research > Publications & Outputs > Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lesso...

Links

Text available via DOI:

View graph of relations

Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

Published

Standard

Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system. / Love, D.C.; Allison, E.H.; Asche, F.; Belton, B.; Cottrell, R.S.; Froehlich, H.E.; Gephart, J.A.; Hicks, C.C.; Little, D.C.; Nussbaumer, E.M.; Pinto da Silva, P.; Poulain, F.; Rubio, A.; Stoll, J.S.; Tlusty, M.F.; Thorne-Lyman, A.L.; Troell, M.; Zhang, W.

In: Global Food Security, Vol. 28, 100494, 31.03.2021.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articlepeer-review

Harvard

Love, DC, Allison, EH, Asche, F, Belton, B, Cottrell, RS, Froehlich, HE, Gephart, JA, Hicks, CC, Little, DC, Nussbaumer, EM, Pinto da Silva, P, Poulain, F, Rubio, A, Stoll, JS, Tlusty, MF, Thorne-Lyman, AL, Troell, M & Zhang, W 2021, 'Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system', Global Food Security, vol. 28, 100494. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494

APA

Love, D. C., Allison, E. H., Asche, F., Belton, B., Cottrell, R. S., Froehlich, H. E., Gephart, J. A., Hicks, C. C., Little, D. C., Nussbaumer, E. M., Pinto da Silva, P., Poulain, F., Rubio, A., Stoll, J. S., Tlusty, M. F., Thorne-Lyman, A. L., Troell, M., & Zhang, W. (2021). Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system. Global Food Security, 28, [100494]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494

Vancouver

Love DC, Allison EH, Asche F, Belton B, Cottrell RS, Froehlich HE et al. Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system. Global Food Security. 2021 Mar 31;28. 100494. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494

Author

Love, D.C. ; Allison, E.H. ; Asche, F. ; Belton, B. ; Cottrell, R.S. ; Froehlich, H.E. ; Gephart, J.A. ; Hicks, C.C. ; Little, D.C. ; Nussbaumer, E.M. ; Pinto da Silva, P. ; Poulain, F. ; Rubio, A. ; Stoll, J.S. ; Tlusty, M.F. ; Thorne-Lyman, A.L. ; Troell, M. ; Zhang, W. / Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system. In: Global Food Security. 2021 ; Vol. 28.

Bibtex

@article{905e7b7fc7a44264a748870a3de668b4,
title = "Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system",
abstract = "The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns are creating health and economic crises that threaten food and nutrition security. The seafood sector provides important sources of nutrition and employment, especially in low-income countries, and is highly globalized allowing shocks to propagate. We studied COVID-19-related disruptions, impacts, and responses to the seafood sector from January through May 2020, using a food system resilience {\textquoteleft}action cycle{\textquoteright} framework as a guide. We find that some supply chains, market segments, companies, small-scale actors and civil society have shown initial signs of greater resilience than others. COVID-19 has also highlighted the vulnerability of certain groups working in- or dependent on the seafood sector. We discuss early coping and adaptive responses combined with lessons from past shocks that could be considered when building resilience in the sector. We end with strategic research needs to support learning from COVID-19 impacts and responses.",
keywords = "Covid, Employment, Fish, Nutrition, Resilience, Seafood, Shocks, Trade",
author = "D.C. Love and E.H. Allison and F. Asche and B. Belton and R.S. Cottrell and H.E. Froehlich and J.A. Gephart and C.C. Hicks and D.C. Little and E.M. Nussbaumer and {Pinto da Silva}, P. and F. Poulain and A. Rubio and J.S. Stoll and M.F. Tlusty and A.L. Thorne-Lyman and M. Troell and W. Zhang",
year = "2021",
month = mar,
day = "31",
doi = "10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494",
language = "English",
volume = "28",
journal = "Global Food Security",
issn = "2211-9124",
publisher = "Elsevier",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system

AU - Love, D.C.

AU - Allison, E.H.

AU - Asche, F.

AU - Belton, B.

AU - Cottrell, R.S.

AU - Froehlich, H.E.

AU - Gephart, J.A.

AU - Hicks, C.C.

AU - Little, D.C.

AU - Nussbaumer, E.M.

AU - Pinto da Silva, P.

AU - Poulain, F.

AU - Rubio, A.

AU - Stoll, J.S.

AU - Tlusty, M.F.

AU - Thorne-Lyman, A.L.

AU - Troell, M.

AU - Zhang, W.

PY - 2021/3/31

Y1 - 2021/3/31

N2 - The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns are creating health and economic crises that threaten food and nutrition security. The seafood sector provides important sources of nutrition and employment, especially in low-income countries, and is highly globalized allowing shocks to propagate. We studied COVID-19-related disruptions, impacts, and responses to the seafood sector from January through May 2020, using a food system resilience ‘action cycle’ framework as a guide. We find that some supply chains, market segments, companies, small-scale actors and civil society have shown initial signs of greater resilience than others. COVID-19 has also highlighted the vulnerability of certain groups working in- or dependent on the seafood sector. We discuss early coping and adaptive responses combined with lessons from past shocks that could be considered when building resilience in the sector. We end with strategic research needs to support learning from COVID-19 impacts and responses.

AB - The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns are creating health and economic crises that threaten food and nutrition security. The seafood sector provides important sources of nutrition and employment, especially in low-income countries, and is highly globalized allowing shocks to propagate. We studied COVID-19-related disruptions, impacts, and responses to the seafood sector from January through May 2020, using a food system resilience ‘action cycle’ framework as a guide. We find that some supply chains, market segments, companies, small-scale actors and civil society have shown initial signs of greater resilience than others. COVID-19 has also highlighted the vulnerability of certain groups working in- or dependent on the seafood sector. We discuss early coping and adaptive responses combined with lessons from past shocks that could be considered when building resilience in the sector. We end with strategic research needs to support learning from COVID-19 impacts and responses.

KW - Covid

KW - Employment

KW - Fish

KW - Nutrition

KW - Resilience

KW - Seafood

KW - Shocks

KW - Trade

U2 - 10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494

DO - 10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100494

M3 - Journal article

VL - 28

JO - Global Food Security

JF - Global Food Security

SN - 2211-9124

M1 - 100494

ER -