Elements with tag common fisheries policy

Oct 15, 2020 at 15:21

A robust EU control system is critical to ensure that seafood products sold in the EU are sustainably sourced, fully traceable and properly monitored by Member States.

Europêche and environmental NGOs join forces to demand modern, effective and simplified EU fisheries control rules

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Jul 08, 2019 at 10:49

The European Commission has launched its annual consultation on the state of fish stocks and the preparation for setting fish quotas for next year marked by the objective to fish all stocks at maximum sustainable yield (MSY1) levels by 2020. The good news is that most of the stocks in the North East Atlantic have already reached this target. However, and despite generalised fishing effort reductions, some fish populations are struggling to rebuild or even to remain at current level. The answer may be found in the latest scientific advices which revealed major challenges in some fisheries caused by the destabilizing effect of the full introduction of the landing obligation and environmental factors such as climate change. The European fishing industry represented by Europêche expresses once again its concern over the stated aim to have all stocks at biomass levels that can produce Maximum Sustainable Yields will prove to be counterproductive, since the production capacity of our sea bas

EP21 Press Release - Fishing opps 2020

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May 25, 2015 at 17:00

Le Conseil Pêche est arrivé hier soir à un accord sur les possibilités de pêche pour 2015 pour certains stocks en eaux profondes, c’est la première fois depuis les décisions sur l’interdiction des rejets et du Rendement Maximal Durable (RMD) décidées sous la réforme de la Politique Commune de la Pêche.

May 20, 2015 at 12:48

El Consejo de Pesca llegó a un acuerdo político sobre las posibilidades de pesca para 2015 de determinadas poblaciones de aguas profundas anoche por primera vez desde las nuevas y duras reglas de prohibición de los descartes y el rendimiento máximo sostenible (RMS) que se han decidido en base a la reformada política pesquera común.

Feb 02, 2015 at 16:56

The Fisheries Council came to a political agreement over the fishing opportunities for 2015 for certain deep-sea stocks last night, the first time since the tough new rules of a discard ban and maximum sustainable yield (MSY) were decided under the reformed Common Fisheries Policy.

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