Jacqueline Boivin

Home » Jacqueline Boivin

Costa Rica – Literature Review and Social Issues

Costa Rica is known as a peaceful nation. As stated in Hakai magazine[1], since after a civil war in 1948, the country was doing well with tourism, protecting its biodiversity and investing in renewable energy. Costa Rica has also been an active member of the United Nations and strives to protect its biodiversity, human rights … Read more

Canada Case Study: Overview

The Tla’amin First Nations resides just north of Powell River (situated east across the Strait of Georgia from Courtenay on Vancouver Island).  The Tla’amin are considered to be a Coast Salish tribe and their history stretches 4000 years into the past. From their website: “today, our community has over 1100 members with the majority living in … Read more

Blue Food

Blue food is defined as aquatic foods captured or cultivated in marine and freshwater systems. This is opposed to “blue foods” as simply blue coloured foods, whether naturally or artificially coloured. The intention of this article is to discuss Blue food as in the former sense, based on the Nature Communications publication “Blue food demand … Read more

Ghana & Nigeria Case Study: Overview

Article by Jacqueline Boivin. This article serves as an overview and introduction to Solving-FCB’s Africa Case study, based in Ghana & Nigeria. Figure 1: FAO data of fish consumption in Ghana from 1961-2017. The factors leading to a decrease in overall fish production are complex. Wisdom explains that these factors include the following:   These factors … Read more