On 1 March 2022, European Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius will host the second ‘Pan-European Cruise Dialogue’ in Brussels.
Today, the continuous efforts of the European Commission have led to Guernsey granting permanent fishing licences to 40 vessels, and declaring 3 others as meeting the qualification criteria.
On 5 October 2021, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC-UNESCO) and the European Commission organised the online final conference of their joint MSPglobal Initiative.
Eels, the iconic and high-demand species, has experienced a dramatic decline in recent decades. The European eel population has fallen by 90% since the 1970s, due to factors from fishing, barriers to migration and pollution to poaching, illegal export to Asia and climate change.
EU and Seychelles representatives met on 24-26 November in Victoria, Seychelles to take stock of the 2020-2026 Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement (SFPA).
The European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA) will hold the online talk “Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU market”, on 7 December 2021
Today, the European Commission completed its proposal for the 2022 fishing opportunities in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, adopted on 17 September 2021.
After 8 days of intense negotiations, the EU and the 49 Contracting Parties of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have concluded this year’s annual meeting.
“The EU fish market” is a comprehensive analysis of the EU fisheries and aquaculture industry. If you want to discover more about what is produced/exported/imported, when and where, what is consumed, by whom and what the main trends are, then have a look at the EUMOFA yearly report.
The 2021 Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet confirms that in 2019, the fleet maintained overall profitability.