Fisheries news archive
Fisheries deal fails to bridge gap with ambitious European Parliament
Fisheries ministers work through the night but appear to have not jumped on board ambitious ...
Member states finally agree on fisheries deal but fail to bridge gap with ambitious Parliament
After pulling yet another all-nighter, Fisheries Ministers finalised their negotiating mandate with ...
Ending overfishing may take more than 100 years says WWF analysis of EU proposals for fish stock recovery
New scientific analysis from environmental organisation WWF reveals recovery of European fish ...
Good news for sharks at Indian Ocean Tuna Commission meeting
WWF welcomes the adoption of key conservation measures for oceanic white-tip sharks, whale sharks ...
Civil society, citizens, children, fishermen and politicians urge Fisheries Ministers to “get on board and end overfishing!”
13 May 2013 - Brussels, Belgium: this morning civil society, citizens, children, fishermen ...
Fisheries Council: threat of collapse hangs over fisheries reform
Fisheries ministers will meet in Brussels next Monday and Tuesday to revise their position on the ...
Letter from Tony Long, director, WWF European Policy Office to all 27 EU Fisheries Permanent Representations
NGOs concerned over threats to block EU fisheries reform
Today, following a meeting with Irish fisheries minister and chair of the EU fisheries Council, ...
Contradiction in Agri-fish Council as Member States agree to step up speed of negotiations for the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) reform, but stand their ground on key issues of divergence with the European Parliament
Following the Council today, the Irish presidency announced plans to step up the speed of the ...
Making a sustainable living from fishing in the Indus Delta
The Indus Delta, where the Indus River flows into the Arabian Sea, is a 600,000 ha large area with ...