Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fisheries
It has been reported that commercial shellfish harvesting has ceased along the west and southwest coasts after high levels of toxins were found during routine monitoring
Fish imports into Ireland from outside the EU are continuing to rise, according to figures released by the Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA)
The FAO’s SOFIA report indicates overfishing has increased from 33.1% in 2018 to 34.2% of wild stocks, saying “sustainability failures are complex and need tailored solutions”.
Seafish in the United Kingdom has released a new film called ‘The Battle Against Plastic Waste’ on World Oceans Day 2020 dedicated to the subject of the impacts of marine litter.
Celebrating World Oceans Day and this year’s theme of ‘Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean’ is the focus of the Marine Institute’s Oceans of Learning series this week.
Little Blue Label Big Blue Future | Marine Stewardship Council. Today, Monday 8 June is World Oceans Day 2020 where we celebrate the diversity of our planet’s seas
The Norwegian fleet has reported another good week at the North Sea herring with one boat setting her own record with a total catch of nearly 2,500 tonnes of fish.
Pim Visser, President of the EAPO has written to the DG-MARE, Director, Charlina Vitcheva on the EAPOs position in regards to the Commission’s current regulations on weighing landings.
The Danish Fisheries Association hopes that in the coming week, a few more nephrops can be caught by the fleet as COVID-19 restricitions are lifted and markets reopen.
The Marine Institute examines the science behind Ireland’s Seafood in this article called from Sea to Plate.
Brim hf has reported that it’s freezer-trawler Örfirisey is fishing well on Greenland Halibut despite the season nearing an end.
The Norwegian Fisheries Association in collaboration with the Fishing Boat has called for the government to shutdown seismic surveys in the North Sea.
The blue whiting season for the Icelandic Fishing Industry is over for most of the pelagic fleet that have fishing south of the Faroes.