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.
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After more than 4 years of implementation and following the legal requirement of Article 31.1 of Regulation 2019/1241, in 2024, the Commission will report for the second time, to the European Parliament and the Council on the implementation of the Technical Measures Regulation.
Today, Commissioner Sinkevičius is hosting the second edition of the ‘Our Baltic' Conference to address pressing environmental challenges in the Baltic Sea. The high-level conference gathers ministers and high-level officials in charge of fisheries, agriculture, and environment from eight EU Baltic
In the heart of Seville, Spain, football fans can enjoy the comfort of their new stadium seats thanks to the joint efforts of the Gravity Wave project and the famous Real Betis football club. The seats were made from plastic waste from the Mediterranean.
In the heart of the Bay of Biscay, where the azure waters meet the Spanish Basque Country, the BLUENET project set sail to tackle lost fishing gear, upcycling the ominous 'ghost-nets'.
The 45th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation (NAFO) took place in Vigo, Spain, from 18 to 22 September 2023.
Today, the Commission decided to identify the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago as a non-cooperating country in the fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing, giving it a ‘red card'.
The High Seas Treaty, also known as the agreement on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction or 'BBNJ', was signed in New York on 20 September, in the margins of the United Nations High Level Week.
On 18 September, the Commission launched a new season of the #TasteTheOcean campaign, bringing sustainable fish and seafood to the tables of 9 EU countries for the following 4 weeks.
On 4 September the EU announced its readiness to exchange fisheries control data using a new common global standard recognised by the United Nations. This is an important milestone towards the modernisation of fisheries data exchange, as it is the first time this new global standard will be used