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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.
 
 
27 July 2017 -
27 July 2017
Today, the European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella launched "World Aquariums Against Marine Litter". The event will see Aquariums across the world fill one of their exhibitions with plastic to show the global reality of marine litter.
 
26 July 2017 -
26 July 2017
Tomorrow, Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella will launch "World Aquariums Against Marine Litter" campaign, where aquariums across the world fill one of their exhibitions with plastic to show the global reality of marine litter.
 
17 July 2017 -
17 July 2017
A recent independent study of the European Fisheries Fund (EFF) points to some success in supporting the fisheries sector during the past programming period (2007-2013). The evaluation also identifies areas for improvement, in particular in terms of impact and sustainability. Most of these shortcomings are already being addressed in the ongoing program, the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (2014-2020).
 
14 July 2017 -
14 July 2017
La Commission a décidé aujourd'hui d'adresser des avis motivés à la Bulgarie, à la Croatie, à Chypre, à la Finlande et à la Grèce pour manquement à l'obligation de notifier la transposition complète dans leur législation nationale des dispositions de l'UE établissant un cadre pour la planification de l'espace maritime (directive 2014/89/UE).
 

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