The Fishing Daily summarises the EU Fisheries Control Coalition’s reaction to the EU AGRIFISH Council position on future fisheries controls, with commentary on the topics of Margin of Tolerance, sanctions, Remote Electronic Monitoring (REM), traceability, small-scale fisheries and transparency. Original article here
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Industrias Pesqueras breaks down the AGRIFISH Council position by topic, with commentary from the EU Fisheries Control Coalition on the poor results. While the Commission sees some of the measures adopted by the EU Fisheries Ministers in their agreement on the future EU Fisheries Control Regulation as ” unacceptable ” , in the opinion of […]
Pesce in Rete summaries the Agrifish Council position which was adopted on 28 June, 2021, and features reactions from the EU Fisheries Control Coalition on key topics of the Margin of Tolerance, Sanctions, Remote Electronic Monitoring, traceability, small-scale fisheries and transparency. Original article in Italian here.
Following today’s adoption of the EU AGRIFISH Council position on future fisheries controls, the EU Fisheries Control Coalition condemned the failure of ambition demonstrated by fisheries ministers. The Coalition urges fisheries ministers, the European Parliament and the European Commission, to make an urgent and determined effort during upcoming negotiations to ensure that fisheries management in […]
Desde la Coalición para el Control de la Pesca de la UE aplaudimos la decisión de la Comisión de abrir un procedimiento sancionador contra Francia por no controlar su flota pesquera internacional, y pedimos al Consejo que no legalice la infra-declaración de capturas. El miércoles 9 de junio, la Comisión Europea anunció el inicio de […]
La Coalition européenne pour le contrôle de la pêche se félicite de la décision de la Commission d’ouvrir une procédure d’infraction contre la France pour défaut de contrôle de sa flotte de pêche internationale, et appelle le Conseil à ne pas légaliser les déclarations de capture erronées. Le mercredi 9 juin, la Commission Européenne a […]
The EU Fisheries Control Coalition welcomes the Commission’s decision to open an infringement procedure against France for not controlling its international fishing fleet, and calls on the Council to not legalise misreporting of catches. On Wednesday 9th June, the European Commission announced the launch of an infringement procedure against France regarding the compliance of its […]
Spanish chef Ángel León writes about the importance of transparency and efficient management of fisheries. He argues that Spain can secure this by supporting the consolidation of two key measures in the new fisheries Control Regulation: Remote Electronic Monitoring (REM) and the margin of tolerance (MOT). He calls on Minister Luis Planas to ensure Spain […]
Undercurrent News reports on the outcomes of the European Parliament plenary vote, including measures the EU Fisheries Control Coalition has applauded for improving fisheries transparency and traceability, in addition to the poor outcome on catch reporting. Original article here (behind paywall).
The EU Fisheries Control Coalition applauds the positive steps taken by the European Parliament towards more transparent fisheries and traceable seafood. With their vote in plenary this week, EU parliamentarians have called for all fishing vessels to report everything they catch, including sensitive and protected species, which will make data for over 49,000 EU vessels […]