Gloria L. Gallardo Fernández is Professor in Global Development Studies at Södertörn University, Sweden. Her work is primarily connected with access to, use of, and governance of land and water in Global South contexts. Her recent research focus is working with small-scale fishers to improve sustainable livelihood prospects. She has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and authored several books. Fred Saunders is an Associate Professor in Environmental Science at Södertörn University, Sweden. He studies the relationships between politics, nature and resources with a recent focus on ways to enhance social equity in marine spatial planning and small-scale fisheries. Tatiana Sokolova holds an MSc in Sustainable Development, conducting social science research for academic, non-governmental and private actors. Her interests lie at the intersection of environmental and social sustainability, in the crossovers between cultures and disciplines.