7

tulos(ta)

Hakusana(t)
Julkaisutyyppi
Toimiala
Laatija
Hakusana
Päivämäärä

Multiannual plan for North Sea demersal fisheries

20-09-2018

The European Parliament and Council have adopted a new multiannual plan to manage fisheries in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. The plan covers demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom). These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear, but often catching different species together (mixed fisheries). The North Sea demersal fisheries are conducted by several thousand EU vessels, mainly from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands ...

The European Parliament and Council have adopted a new multiannual plan to manage fisheries in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. The plan covers demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom). These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear, but often catching different species together (mixed fisheries). The North Sea demersal fisheries are conducted by several thousand EU vessels, mainly from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom, and represent over 70 % of EU catches in this area. The plan introduces new rules on how the catch limits for each stock must be set, so that it is fished sustainably. The ranges within which the catch limits are set are based on the best available scientific advice, and updated regularly to take account of the most recent data. The plan also contains safeguard measures to restore stocks when they fall below safe biological limits, and sets a framework for improved cooperation between the Member States concerned at sea-regional level. Fourth edition of a briefing originally drafted by Jean Weissenberger. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. To view earlier editions of this briefing, please see: PE 621.885, May 2018.

Multiannual plan for North Sea fisheries

23-05-2018

During the May II plenary, Parliament is expected to vote on a provisional agreement with the Council on a multiannual plan to manage the North Sea fisheries targeting demersal species (i.e. those living close to the sea bed). The plan, aiming to secure the long-term sustainability of the North Sea fisheries, bases its management measures on the best available scientific advice, and introduces new rules on how the Council sets the annual total allowable catches (TACs) for the stocks concerned.

During the May II plenary, Parliament is expected to vote on a provisional agreement with the Council on a multiannual plan to manage the North Sea fisheries targeting demersal species (i.e. those living close to the sea bed). The plan, aiming to secure the long-term sustainability of the North Sea fisheries, bases its management measures on the best available scientific advice, and introduces new rules on how the Council sets the annual total allowable catches (TACs) for the stocks concerned.

Research for PECH Committee - Landing Obligation and Choke Species in Multispecies and Mixed Fisheries - The North Sea

16-04-2018

The demersal fisheries in the North Sea are highly mixed. Several CFP tools and additional policy adjustments have been implemented since 2015. They have helped deal with the landing obligation but have not incentivised discard reductions. Many potential choke issues are primarily political, linked to quota distribution rather than quota shortage. A few specific situations (including plaice, hake and elasmobranchs) are considered difficult to address with the current CFP tools. Results-based approaches ...

The demersal fisheries in the North Sea are highly mixed. Several CFP tools and additional policy adjustments have been implemented since 2015. They have helped deal with the landing obligation but have not incentivised discard reductions. Many potential choke issues are primarily political, linked to quota distribution rather than quota shortage. A few specific situations (including plaice, hake and elasmobranchs) are considered difficult to address with the current CFP tools. Results-based approaches with full documentation of catches should be promoted

Ulkopuolinen laatija

DTU Aqua, Denmark: Prof. Clara ULRICH

Research for PECH Committee - Landing Obligation and Choke Species in Multispecies and Mixed Fisheries - The North Western Waters

16-04-2018

The issue of choke species has been highlighted as the biggest single problem in implementing the landing obligation. This study looks at the choke issues within North Western Waters. It reports on the findings of choke analysis carried out and evalutes the effectiveness of available tools and measures within the CFP to reduce the risk of choke species. Finally three future scenarios – Fmsy 2020, Brexit and climate change – are considered and how these will impact on the implementation of the landing ...

The issue of choke species has been highlighted as the biggest single problem in implementing the landing obligation. This study looks at the choke issues within North Western Waters. It reports on the findings of choke analysis carried out and evalutes the effectiveness of available tools and measures within the CFP to reduce the risk of choke species. Finally three future scenarios – Fmsy 2020, Brexit and climate change – are considered and how these will impact on the implementation of the landing obligation.

Ulkopuolinen laatija

BIM, Ireland: Dominic RIHAN

Multiannual plan for North Sea demersal fisheries

30-08-2017

The European Parliament is due to decide a position in plenary in advance of interinstitutional negotiations on a legislative proposal for a multiannual plan to manage some fisheries in the North Sea. For its part, the Council adopted its general approach in April 2017. This plan would cover demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom) in the EU waters in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear ...

The European Parliament is due to decide a position in plenary in advance of interinstitutional negotiations on a legislative proposal for a multiannual plan to manage some fisheries in the North Sea. For its part, the Council adopted its general approach in April 2017. This plan would cover demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom) in the EU waters in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear but often catching different species together (mixed fisheries). These demersal fisheries, conducted by several thousand EU vessels, represent over 70% of the EU catches in this area. After the adoption of a plan concerning the Baltic Sea, this multiannual plan for North Sea demersal fisheries is the second management plan proposed by the European Commission since the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy agreed at the end of 2013. Such multiannual tools are essential for the sustainable exploitation of marine resources and offer better predictability on catches allowed to fishermen over time. They also set a framework for improved cooperation between the concerned Member States at sea regional level. Second edition. The ‘EU Legislation in Progress’ briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. To view earlier editions of this briefing, please see: PE 589.814, October 2016.

Multiannual plan for North Sea demersal fisheries

04-10-2016

On 3 August 2016, the European Commission tabled a legislative proposal for a multiannual plan to manage some fisheries in the North Sea. This plan would cover demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom) in the EU waters in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear but often catching different species together (mixed fisheries). These demersal fisheries, conducted by several thousand EU vessels ...

On 3 August 2016, the European Commission tabled a legislative proposal for a multiannual plan to manage some fisheries in the North Sea. This plan would cover demersal species (i.e. species living close to the sea bottom) in the EU waters in the North Sea and some adjacent maritime areas. These stocks are exploited by various fishing fleets using various fishing gear but often catching different species together (mixed fisheries). These demersal fisheries, conducted by several thousand EU vessels, represent over 70% of the EU catches in this area. After recent adoption of a plan concerning the Baltic Sea, this multiannual plan for North Sea demersal fisheries is the second management plan proposed by the European Commission since the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy agreed at the end of 2013. Such multiannual tools are essential for the sustainable exploitation of marine resources and offer better predictability on catches allowed to fishermen over time. They also set a framework for improved cooperation between the concerned Member States at sea regional level. The European Parliament is now to start the examination of the proposal. "A more recent edition of this document is available. Find it by searching by the document title at this address: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/en/home.html"

Pohjanmerellä pyydettävän hietakatkaravun kalastus

16-05-2011

Tutkimuksen tavoitteena on esittää Euroopan parlamentin kalatalousvaliokunnan jäsenille selkeä kuvaus Pohjanmerellä pyydettävän hietakatkaravun (Crangon crangon) kalastuksesta ja markkinoista Alankomaissa, Saksassa ja Tanskassa. Tutkimus on laadittu tiedotusasiakirjan muodossa. Siinä tarkastellaan tuotantoon (tuotannon taloudellinen ja sosiaalinen merkitys, kalastuslaivastojen kannattavuus, ympäristöön kohdistuvat vaikutukset) ja markkinointiin liittyviä kysymyksiä (teollisuuden organisaatio, suurten ...

Tutkimuksen tavoitteena on esittää Euroopan parlamentin kalatalousvaliokunnan jäsenille selkeä kuvaus Pohjanmerellä pyydettävän hietakatkaravun (Crangon crangon) kalastuksesta ja markkinoista Alankomaissa, Saksassa ja Tanskassa. Tutkimus on laadittu tiedotusasiakirjan muodossa. Siinä tarkastellaan tuotantoon (tuotannon taloudellinen ja sosiaalinen merkitys, kalastuslaivastojen kannattavuus, ympäristöön kohdistuvat vaikutukset) ja markkinointiin liittyviä kysymyksiä (teollisuuden organisaatio, suurten tukkumyyjien ja jalostajien asema, alalla noudatettavat hinnat ja marginaalit) ja kuvaillaan yhteisen markkinajärjestelyn soveltamista hietakatkaravun pyyntiin.

Ulkopuolinen laatija

Dominique AVIAT (A.N.D. International), Cecile DIAMANTIS (A.N.D. International), Thomas NEUDECKER (Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut), Jörg BERKENHAGEN (Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut) and Milan MÜLLER (Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut)

Tulevat tapahtumat

20-01-2021
EPRS online policy roundtable with the World Bank: Where next for the global economy
Muu tapahtuma -
EPRS
25-01-2021
Public Hearing on "Gender aspects of precarious work"
Kuulemistilaisuus -
FEMM
27-01-2021
Public hearing on AI and Green Deal
Kuulemistilaisuus -
AIDA

Kumppanit