Dual interviews with MEP Izaskun Bilbao Barandica, Member of the European Parliament Fisheries (PECH) Committee and Vanya Vulperhorst, Campaign Director for Illegal Fishing and Transparency at Oceana in Europe. Original article here (in French, behind paywall).
Undercurrent News summarises the asks of the EU Fisheries Control Coalition ahead of the PECH Committee vote on amendments to the EU fisheries control system. Full article here (behind paywall).
Undercurrent News summarises the EU Fisheries Control Coalition’s reaction the PECH Committee vote, which the Coalition felt created loopholes that put sustainability and legality of EU seafood at risk. Full article here (behind paywall)
In a mixed bag of voting outcomes, the European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee (PECH) has called for more transparency around fisheries activities and traceability to seafood supply chains, while simultaneously weakening the existing rules for controlling EU fishing activities. The Committee voted on a package of amendments to the EU fisheries control system, which have been […]
A summary of the European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee vote on 25 January, with a focus on REM, “the only point that did not go forward in the vote on the commitments of the future Control Regulation”. The rapporteur for the report, MEP Clara Aguilera, affirms that the MEPs’ rejection of this compromise does not mean […]
On 25 January, the European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee (PECH) voted on key compromise amendments to the EU fisheries Control Regulation, the cornerstone of how fisheries are controlled and monitored in the EU. The vote covered compromise amendments (other individual amendments will be voted on February 1st), which address the most important aspects of the EU’s […]
Seafood Source News summarises the outcome of the European Parliament’s Environment Committee vote on key amendments of the Control Regulation. The article lists the key outcomes and details the Coalition’s call to action for the Fisheries Committee (PECH) in its upcoming vote. Quotes from Oceana Europe Campaign Director for Illegal Fishing and Transparency Vanya Vulperhorst and […]