Sinkevicius: Commission’s measures bring relief to troubled EU fisheries

By |april 3rd, 2020|aquaculture, common fisheries policy, coronavirus, COVID-19, EMFF, European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, fisheries, News, Virginijus Sinkevičius|

The new support mechanism for the temporary storage of fishery and aquaculture products for human consumption will foster greater market stability and reduce the risk of having such products wasted or redirected to non-human food purposes, Fisheries Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius told EURACTIV.com

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Croatian farm minister: Getting transitional CAP done by mid-2020 on presidency’s radar

By |januar 23rd, 2020|common agricultural policy, European Green Deal, European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, F2F, Farm to Fork, Marija Vučković, News, transitional regulations|

The Croatian EU presidency will focus its efforts on securing an agreement among member states on Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)'s transitional regulations that will extend the current rules for at least a year, Croatia's Agriculture Minister Marija Vučković told EURACTIV in an interview.

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Vella: EU leadership on oceans governance is a priority for my successor

By |november 25th, 2019|Baltic Sea, common fisheries policy, European Green Deal, European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, fisheries, Karmenu Vella, News, oceans, Virginijus Sinkevičius|

The EU's outgoing Fisheries Commissioner, Karmenu Vella, warned that climate change and biodiversity loss were putting the earth's ecosystems dangerously close to a tipping point, and pleaded for his successor to carry on the International Ocean Govern...

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Spirulina, the ‘miracle’ algae being established in the Nantes region

By |september 21st, 2018|agriculture, algae, environment, European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, News, vegetarianism|

Spirulina, an ancient algae with many nutritional qualities is still not widely grown in Europe, which is, however, a major consumer of this “super food”. In the Nantes region, a market gardening group has ventured into greenhouse farming with the support of European funds. EURACTIV France reports.

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