Currently there is a strong interest in Cuba in improving the performance of the fisheries sector with respect to social, biological, and economic outcomes. The current fishing pressure could have adverse impacts on other valuable ecosystem services that support economic activities such as dive tourism and recreational fishing. This paper explores the potential ecological, social, and economic benefits of adopting fishery cooperatives as a co-management scheme for Cuba's marine fisheries.
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