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19 September 2017 -
19 September 2017
The next stop of the European Maritime Day cruise is on 31st of May and 1st of June 2018 in Burgas, on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast. To present next year's EMD headline themes and involve stakeholders in shaping this upcoming event, we are pleased to invite you to the EMD Info Day on 9 October 2017 at the Bulgarian Permanent Representation in Brussels, Square Marie-Louise 49. Participants will be able to join our interactive round table discussions and provide direct input and suggestions for the organisation of next year’s event.
 
18 September 2017 -
18 September 2017
The European Union will participate in the upcoming meeting of the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation, which will take place in Montreal from 18 to 22 September 2017.
 
15 September 2017 -
15 September 2017
Developing the blue economy in the Black Sea was the theme of a high-level conference held on 15 September in Batumi (Georgia). Under the title "Connecting the region through marine and maritime cooperation", this 4th annual stakeholder event was co-organised by the European Commission, the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and the Georgian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection.
 
11 September 2017 -
11 September 2017
Is EU action still necessary to stimulate Blue Growth in the Atlantic Ocean? The European Commission invites stakeholders to provide their input to this and other questions to support its mid-term review of the Atlantic action plan.
 
7 September 2017 -
7 September 2017
The new forum's role will be to identify measures to open up markets for emerging products, to explore further research needs, or to point to areas where seed funding is required. The forum will deliver a pipeline of medium to long term projects aiming to grow the EU's blue bioeconomy sector.
 
29 August 2017 -
29 August 2017
Today the Commission adopted a proposal for fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2018. In particular, the Commission proposes to increase catches for Central Herring, Sprat and the Main Basin Salmon stocks, and to maintain the number of catches for the important stock of Western Baltic Cod.
 
4 August 2017 -
4 August 2017
The Southern Indian Ocean Fisheries Agreement is looking for a Data Manager in Saint-Denis, La Réunion, France. The deadline for applications is Friday 22 September.
 
 

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