An EU fishing chief has called for “realism and flexibility” as a “perfect storm” looms large for the industry across Europe.
A new report into the health of EU fish stocks has been hailed as proof that decades of industry self-sacrifice have restored fisheries to “greatness”..
An environment group’s target of shutting off 30% of the world’s oceans to fishing by 2030 has sparked outrage from an industry body.
European Union fishing chiefs want to reinforce control over EU boats fishing outside the bloc and non-EU vessels operating within it.
An environmental giant has hit back after being accused of making “misleading and untrue” statements about the fishing industry in order to influence policy-makers.
A European fishing body has accused an environmental pressure group of making “misleading and untrue” statements” about the industry in an attempt to influence policy-makers.
European fishing chiefs yesterday set out their proposals for catch limits for more than 60 Atlantic/North Sea fish stocks as their opening gambit in negotiations over a 2016 quota deal.
Fresh claims of a catastrophic decline in global fish stocks are a distortion of the truth, a leading industry body said yesterday.
EU Fisheries Commissioner Karmenu Vella has told industry body Europeche the sector must not be killed off in order to save fish stocks.
The woman heading up the secretariat of European fishing body Europeche said yesterday she wants the industry to challenge the powerful environmental lobby more vociferously.