EU Marine & Fisheries News
WWF calls for satellite technology on all commercial vessels to increase transparency of fishing activities
A new pilot project initiated by WWF proves that the use of satellite technology in the ...
The EU must support a freeze on Atlantic bluefin tuna quotas and a shark finning ban at ICCAT
Cape Town, South Africa – As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas ...
Fish stock recovery given a fighting chance as European parliament votes against fleet renewal
Earlier today the European parliament plenary voted on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund ...
Fisheries recovery will run aground if EU Parliament votes for fleet renewal
The European Parliament votes on the budget (European Maritime and Fisheries Fund) for a €6.57 ...
EU Commission ignores scientific advice on Baltic wild salmon catch
(Brussels, 17th October) European Union Fisheries Ministers will meet today to decide on the Baltic ...
Fisheries recovery in doubt due to lack of data collection, control and enforcement
Less than two weeks before the EU Parliament PECHE committee votes on how to spend nearly €6.57 ...
MEPs support for fisheries fleet subsidies risks stock recovery
MEPs on the European Parliament Fisheries Committee voted to provide €1.6 billion worth of ...
Late night deal on fisheries lacks decisive action on fish stocks
Political compromise risks continuing malaise of fishing communities
Do something historic. End overfishing. Now
The European Parliament and the Fisheries Ministers now have the responsibility to end overfishing ...
Parliament needs to stand firm against Fisheries Ministers weak fisheries reforms
European negotiators must agree on effective and enforceable commitments to stop over ...