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EU Fisheries management

01-01-2018

Fisheries management under the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is based on the need to ensure environmentally sustainable exploitation of marine biological resources and the long-term viability of the sector. With a view to achieving this objective, the European Union has adopted legislation on access to EU waters, the allocation and use of resources, total allowable catches, fishing effort limitation and technical measures.

Fisheries management under the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is based on the need to ensure environmentally sustainable exploitation of marine biological resources and the long-term viability of the sector. With a view to achieving this objective, the European Union has adopted legislation on access to EU waters, the allocation and use of resources, total allowable catches, fishing effort limitation and technical measures.

Common Market Organisation in fishery and aquaculture products

01-01-2018

The Common Market Organisation (CMO) in fishery and aquaculture products was the first component of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). Overall, the current CMO aims at protecting producers and ensuring the environmental sustainability and economic viability of the market in fishery and aquaculture products. It improves and strengthens key elements of the CMO such as common market standards, consumer information and producer organisations, and introduces new elements, such as market intelligence.

The Common Market Organisation (CMO) in fishery and aquaculture products was the first component of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). Overall, the current CMO aims at protecting producers and ensuring the environmental sustainability and economic viability of the market in fishery and aquaculture products. It improves and strengthens key elements of the CMO such as common market standards, consumer information and producer organisations, and introduces new elements, such as market intelligence.

International fisheries relations

01-01-2018

The European Union (EU) plays a key role in terms of international fisheries cooperation. Through the external dimension of its Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Union is seeking to safeguard the circumstance of its legal framework extending beyond EU vessels operating in international waters. On the basis of the CFP’s objectives and good governance principles, the EU engages in numerous multilateral agreements and regional fisheries management organisations (RFMOs), as well as 30 bilateral fisheries ...

The European Union (EU) plays a key role in terms of international fisheries cooperation. Through the external dimension of its Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Union is seeking to safeguard the circumstance of its legal framework extending beyond EU vessels operating in international waters. On the basis of the CFP’s objectives and good governance principles, the EU engages in numerous multilateral agreements and regional fisheries management organisations (RFMOs), as well as 30 bilateral fisheries agreements.

Aquaculture production in the European Union

01-01-2018

Aquaculture production in the European Union remains relatively stagnant compared with the rising rates of farmed seafood production at world level. Over the past 20 years, the Commission has attempted to gear up EU production potential through the launch of various strategy and guideline papers, and the aquaculture advisory council (AAC) was established in 2016. This body is made up of representatives of the industry and other relevant stakeholder organisations and gives advice to the European institutions ...

Aquaculture production in the European Union remains relatively stagnant compared with the rising rates of farmed seafood production at world level. Over the past 20 years, the Commission has attempted to gear up EU production potential through the launch of various strategy and guideline papers, and the aquaculture advisory council (AAC) was established in 2016. This body is made up of representatives of the industry and other relevant stakeholder organisations and gives advice to the European institutions and the Member States.

Integrated Maritime Policy of the European Union

01-01-2018

The Integrated Maritime Policy (IMP) of the European Union (EU) is a holistic approach to all sea-related EU policies. It is based on the idea that the Union can draw higher returns from its maritime space with less impact on the environment by coordinating its wide range of interlinked activities related to oceans, seas and coasts. Hence, the IMP aims at strengthening the so-called blue economy, encompassing all sea-based economic activities.

The Integrated Maritime Policy (IMP) of the European Union (EU) is a holistic approach to all sea-related EU policies. It is based on the idea that the Union can draw higher returns from its maritime space with less impact on the environment by coordinating its wide range of interlinked activities related to oceans, seas and coasts. Hence, the IMP aims at strengthening the so-called blue economy, encompassing all sea-based economic activities.

European fisheries in figures

01-01-2018

The tables below show basic statistical data in several areas relating to the common fisheries policy (CFP), namely: the fishing fleet of the Member States in 2020 (Table I), the situation of employment in the fisheries (2017), aquaculture (2016) and fish processing (2017) sectors (Table II), the production, import and export of fisheries and aquaculture products in 2017 (Table III), the apparent and per capita consumption of fisheries and aquaculture products in 2017 (Table IV), and the resource ...

The tables below show basic statistical data in several areas relating to the common fisheries policy (CFP), namely: the fishing fleet of the Member States in 2020 (Table I), the situation of employment in the fisheries (2017), aquaculture (2016) and fish processing (2017) sectors (Table II), the production, import and export of fisheries and aquaculture products in 2017 (Table III), the apparent and per capita consumption of fisheries and aquaculture products in 2017 (Table IV), and the resource allocations of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund from 2014 to 2020 (Table V).