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On 26 September, the European Commission organises a seminar where scientists and experts will discuss the state of European fish stocks and the economics of fishing fleets around the EU.

Seminar: "State of European Fish Stocks in 2010"

Brussels, Belgium, 14 September 2010

Representatives of the principal scientific advisory bodies, the fishing and environmental sectors and the Commission made presentations at the seminar to an eclectic audience including journalists, MEPs, members of the public and representatives from the Member States, NGOs and the fishing industry. The idea behind the seminar was to provide an overview of the state of fishery resources in Europe.

Agenda and presentations

09:30

Introduction
Maria Damanaki, European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

09:40-10:10

New information concerning Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic fish stocks in 2010
Michael Sissenwine, Chair of Advisory Committee of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. pdf - 593 KB [593 KB]

10:10-10:40

New information concerning fish stocks in the Mediterranean.
Henri Farrugio, Chair of the Scientific Advisory Council of the General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean pdf - 2 MB [2 MB]

11:10-11:40

Trends in stocks and fisheries since 2002
John Casey, Chair of the Scientific and Economic Committee for Fisheries pdf - 610 KB [610 KB]

11:40-12:10

Questions and Discussion

12:10-12:40

Fishers' views on stock status: results of fishers' surveys and other viewpoints from the industry.
Michael Andersen, on behalf of the catching sectors affiliated to the Advisory Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture (ACFA) pdf - 927 KB [927 KB]

12:40-13:00Questions and Discussion
14:30-15:00

Perspectives from the NGO sectors
Matthew Gianni, on behalf of the non-governmental organisations affiliated to ACFA pdf - 2 MB [2 MB]

15:00-15:30Economic perspectives
Indicators of recent economic performance by fishing fleets
John Anderson of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre pdf - 178 KB [178 KB]
15:30-16:00Management perspectives
Consultation on Fishing Opportunities for 2011
Kenneth Patterson of the European Commission pdf - 813 KB [813 KB]
16:00-16:20Questions and Discussion
16:20-16:30Summing-up
Lowri Evans, Director-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, European Commission