Fishing Industry News
“Fishers have been made responsible for everything” says Pierre Karleskind, Chair of the PECH Committee told last Thursdays meeting with Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius
Icelandic fishing port, Akureyri is set to move to a greener future as it looks to become the first harbour in the country to move towards electrification and reduce greenhouse emissions.
The Norwegian Fisheries Association describes the situation for fishing ports as serious and has asked for action to be taken before the situation becomes dangerous.
Brim hf, one of Iceland’s largest fishing companies has become the main sponsor of the environmental organisation The Blue Army.
Norwegian fisheries organisations have called on the Government to consider allowing fishers the right to transfer cod quotas to next year in light of the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.
Scottish Rural Economy Secretary, Fergus Ewing has called on the UK government to give clarity to Scottish Fishing Industry on the future funding.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has issued guidance to marine users on the current rules applicable to Bluefin Tuna in UK waters.
The European Commission has published “The EU Blue Economy Report 2020”, providing an overview of the performance of the EU economic sectors related to oceans and the coastal environment.
Six Irish seafood processing companies will benefit from a new €3.5 million invesment announced today by the Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine
The Norwegian North Sea Herring fleet are reporting a good season so far with over 40,000 tonnes has been traded since mid-May
The final RFVS has been publicly shared for the first time today when it was officially handed over from Seafish to Global Seafood Assurances, following a two-year development process.
Europeche has welcomed the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO) SOFIA report declaring that almost 80% of the fish consumed worldwide comes from sustainable stocks