With the help of EU funding, Dutch researchers and fishing industry have developed an AI-based tool for the Fully Documented Fisheries (FDF) project.
Portugal is one of the top three European suppliers of octopus, making this fishery an important source of income for many fishers on the Algarve coast.
Since before WW2, the Polish Anglers’ Association (Polski Związek Wędkarski) has been concerned with the environmental status of inland waters, and river restocking is done under their auspices.
In the heart of Romania, entrepreneur Marilena Maereanu has been working on preserving sturgeon populations and developing sustainable aquaculture practices since the 1990s.
The Fisheries Tourism Network is an online platform that offers tourists unique opportunities to visit and learn more about the cultural heritage of fisheries areas in Romania.
Have you ever wondered what whales and dolphins hear in the depths of the ocean? Does it change with the seasons? These are just some of the questions behind an EU-funded underwater noise study led by Marine Scotland Science off the west coast of Scotland.
At the foot of the Rhodope Montains, in Bulgaria, an aquaculture family business had to cope with its fish getting eaten away by cunning birds. But in this Natura 2000 Protected Area, fighting back and attacking the birds was out of question – on account of the bird killing ban put in place
Founded in 1989 in the central Croatian city of Karlovac, Meduza started as a small family-run company with a big dream: to revolutionise the trade in fish and fishery products in Croatia and beyond. Thanks to EU funding, Meduza has achieved its dream. The company now has a modern processing
Much to the fishers’ dismay, cod populations in the Baltic Sea have been decreasing since the 1990s. The reasons are many, including habitat degradation. The same decade also saw the start of a potential solution to habitat loss.
In many countries around the EU, small-town coastal communities are struggling to retain young people in the aquaculture sector. This is also the case on Ireland’s west coast, where local oyster producers are looking for new and innovative ways to promote this culturally and historically significant