Mialy Andriamahefazafy
Mialy Andriamahefazafy
Centre for Blue Governance, University of Portsmouth
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Who gets what? Developing a more equitable framework for EU fishing agreements
F Le Manach, M Andriamahefazafy, S Harper, A Harris, G Hosch, ...
Marine Policy 38, 257-266, 2013
562013
Endangered, essential and exploited: How extant laws are not enough to protect marine megafauna in Madagascar
F Humber, M Andriamahefazafy, BJ Godley, AC Broderick
Marine Policy 60, 70-83, 2015
192015
The paradox of sustainable tuna fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean: Between visions of blue economy and realities of accumulation
M Andriamahefazafy, M Bailey, H Sinan, CA Kull
Sustainability Science 15 (1), 75-89, 2020
132020
The mangroves of Ambanja and Ambaro Bays, northwest Madagascar: Historical dynamics, current status and deforestation mitigation strategy
TG Jones, HR Ratsimba, A Carro, L Ravaoarinorotsihoarana, L Glass, ...
Estuaries: a lifeline of ecosystem services in the Western Indian Ocean, 67-85, 2016
132016
Materializing the blue economy: tuna fisheries and the theory of access in the Western Indian Ocean
M Andriamahefazafy, CA Kull
Journal of Political Ecology 26 (1), 403-424, 2019
112019
Connected by sea, disconnected by tuna? Challenges to regionalism in the Southwest Indian Ocean
M Andriamahefazafy, CA Kull, L Campling
Journal of the Indian Ocean Region 15 (1), 58-77, 2019
52019
The politics of sustaining tuna, fisheries and livelihoods in the Western Indian Ocean
M Andriamahefazafy
University of Lausanne, 2020
32020
From ritual performers to ocean defenders: fisher migrations, identity narratives and resource access in the Barren Isles, West Madagascar
F Muttenzer, M Andriamahefazafy
African Identities, 1-25, 2021
2021
Towards a Circular Economy for African Islands: an Analysis of Existing Baselines and Strategies
M Andriamahefazafy, P Failler
Circular Economy and Sustainability, 2021
2021
Lake Users’ Perceptions of Environmental Change: Ecosystem Services and Disservices Associated with Aquatic Plants
LE Wood, M Andriamahefazafy, J Guilder, CA Kull, RT Shackleton
Water 13 (11), 1459, 2021
2021
Questionning Fishing Access Agreements towards Social and Ecological Health in the Global South
F Le Manach, M Andriamahefazafy, N Legroux, L Quentin
AFD Research Papers, 2021
2021
Social science for the Western Indian Ocean: Addressing the fishy elephants in the room
M Andriamahefazafy
WIOMSA Magazine, 2020
2020
Caring for Tuna of the Western Indian Ocean: Where Politics and Ecology Meet
M Andriamahefazafy, CA Kull, P Theresine, P Leste, E Safina
Sustaining seas: Oceanic Space and the Politics of Care, 59-71, 2020
2020
La durabilité de la pêche au thon et des moyens de subsistance dans l’océan indien occidental – Une analyse « marine political ecology »
M Andriamahefazafy
Géo-Regards - Revue Neuchâteloise de Géographie 2020 (13), 197-201, 2020
2020
Weak regulation of distant water fleets puts rented fishery in jeopardy; a critical analysis of fisheries partnership agreements in Madagascar
M Andriamahefazafy, A Harris, F Le Manach
IIFET 2011 Conference, 2012
2012
Tuna materiality and the politics of access to tuna fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean
M Andriamahefazafy
Swiss Geoscience meeting 2019, 0
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