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1), an increase of approximately 60 per cent. This expansion is due to several factors including an increase in hectares sown, new market entrants, improved production techniques and better transportation infrastructure. 1 reveals another ubiquitous feature of commodity markets: the tendency for production volumes and prices to fluctuate wildly from one year to the next. In the agricultural sector, this ‘boom-and-bust’ cycle is often due to natural factors related to weather (frosts, droughts, storms) and disease (pests, viruses, fungi).

This decade also saw unprecedented activity in the development of international fishery regimes linked to broader discussion of sustainable development and ecosystem-based approaches to management embodied in the work of the World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987 and UNCED in 1992. In addition to extensive development of formal hard law instruments such as the LOSC, the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement and Compliance Agreement (Haward and Vince 2008), a number of parallel voluntary, hortatory, instruments have been established.

This report provides a detailed snapshot of the world’s fisheries and provides a lens on emerging issues through coverage of ‘selected issues’ and ‘special studies’ in each biennial issue. FAO produces SOFIA reports in each even year – the most recent report (2008) was published in 2009, reporting data to end of 2006. The 2006 and 2008 SOFIA reports have addressed ecolabelling in special studies or as a selected issue, reinforcing the salience of this topic. The 2006 report has a section 22 Global Commodity Governance dealing with ‘impact of market based standards and labels on international fish trade’ (FAO 2007: 88–93).

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