Icelandic fisheries minister: It’s time we got our seat at the table

By |september 2nd, 2019|common fisheries policy, fisheries policy, News|

Iceland, a nation with a long heritage of sustainable fishing, places great value on working with our European neighbours and friends to ensure the careful management of the shared North East Atlantic fisheries stocks.

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Next EU Parliament fisheries committee will start over from scratch

By |maj 31st, 2019|Alain Cadec, Clara Aguilera, common fisheries policy, Jarosław Wałęsa, News, PECH committee, Ruža Tomašić|

Only 10 of the 27 outgoing members of the Fisheries Committee (PECH) in the European Parliament were reconfirmed after the EU elections, 4 of them also having their seat time-chartered as brexiteer MEPs.

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EU prepares compensation for fishermen hit by no deal Brexit

By |januar 23rd, 2019|Brexit, Brexit withdrawal agreement, common fisheries policy, fisheries, Michael Gove, News|

EU fishermen will be eligible for compensation if the UK blocks access to its fishing waters in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, the European Commission confirmed on Wednesday (23 January).

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Catch 22: Why too many EU vessels still chase too few fish

By |december 18th, 2018|common agricultural policy, common fisheries policy, fisheries, News|

The reformed Common Fisheries Policy contain the tools to deliver profitable fisheries, thriving fish stocks and lively coastal communities. To combat over-fishing, the EU and member states must act now, demands Jan Isakson.

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Fishing nations fail in bid to cut quotas for depleted bigeye tuna

By |november 20th, 2018|bluefin tuna, common fisheries policy, fisheries, News, overfishing, Tuna|

Dozens of nations on Monday failed to agree on measures to preserve one of the planet's most valuable fish: the bigeye tuna, backbone of a billion-dollar business that is severely overfished.

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EU farm ministers raise Baltic fish quotas, angering environmentalists

By |oktober 16th, 2018|common fisheries policy, fish, fish stocks, fisheries, News|

European Union ministers agreed on Monday (15 October) to sharply boost catch quotas for western Baltic cod as part of new fishing regulations for next year that angered environmentalists.

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When will Denmark stop overfishing and start enforcing the rules?

By |oktober 12th, 2018|common fisheries policy, Denmark, EU fishing, fish, fishing quotas, News, overfishing|

Denmark has become the worst perpetrator of Baltic overfishing over the last years, putting in serious danger entire species, such as the Baltic’s iconic cod, warns Rebecca Hubbard.

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Has the world reached ‘peak fish’?, fish experts ask

By |julij 13th, 2018|aquaculture, common fisheries policy, fisheries, News, small-scale fisheries, sustainable food production|

This week’s meetings of the European Parliament’s committee on fisheries (11-12 July) saw fish experts tackling the growing issues of overfishing, small-scale fisheries and fish dependence.

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The EU must take the lead on international fisheries governance

By |julij 10th, 2018|common fisheries policy, fish imports, fisheries, illegal fishing, News, overfishing|

As the largest seafood market in the world, importing more than 60% of its seafood from other countries, the EU has a responsibility to tackle illegal fishing, writes Dr Samantha Burgess.

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UK vows to play hard-ball with EU over fishing waters

By |julij 5th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit transitional deal, common fisheries policy, EU fishing, fish, fisheries, News, post-Brexit trade, sustainable fisheries management|

The UK outlined plans to overhaul its fishing policy on Wednesday, insisting that it would decide unilaterally how much access to give to EU boats after it leaves the bloc next March.

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