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Research for PECH Committee - Small scale fisheries and “Blue Growth” in the EU

18-04-2017

This study presents an overview of Blue Growth emerging industries and investigates the linkages with the traditional maritime activity of fisheries with emphasis on small-scale fisheries. Positive synergies are investigated as well as possible opportunities (and threats) that Blue Growth can or should offer to small-scale fisheries and coastal communities in the context of economic growth, employment and innovation.

This study presents an overview of Blue Growth emerging industries and investigates the linkages with the traditional maritime activity of fisheries with emphasis on small-scale fisheries. Positive synergies are investigated as well as possible opportunities (and threats) that Blue Growth can or should offer to small-scale fisheries and coastal communities in the context of economic growth, employment and innovation.

Extern avdelning

Kim Stobberup, María Dolores Garza Gil, Aude Stirnemann-Relot, Arthur Rigaud, Nicolò Franceschelli, Roland Blomeyer (Blomeyer & Sanz)

Technology options for deep-seabed exploitation - Tackling economic, environmental and societal challenges: Study

19-03-2015

Exploration and exploitation of the deep-seas in search of marine minerals and genetic resources have over the past fifteen years received increased attention. Developments in sub-marine technologies, rising raw material prices and scarcity, and advancements in biotechnology, are changing the business-case for further investments in the marineenvironment.This report provides a state-of-play overview on exploring and exploiting deep-sea resources. A Cost-Benefit Analysis identifies the main potentials ...

Exploration and exploitation of the deep-seas in search of marine minerals and genetic resources have over the past fifteen years received increased attention. Developments in sub-marine technologies, rising raw material prices and scarcity, and advancements in biotechnology, are changing the business-case for further investments in the marineenvironment.This report provides a state-of-play overview on exploring and exploiting deep-sea resources. A Cost-Benefit Analysis identifies the main potentials and challenges in a scenario where exploitation increases. Policy options are suggested to balance trade-offs between economic, social and environmental aspects associated with future developments.This STOA project 'Technology options for deep-seabed exploitation - Tackling economic,environmental and societal challenges' was carried out by Triple E Consulting and Milieu Ltd. at the request of the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) Panel, within the Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services (DG EPRS) of the General Secretariat of the European Parliament.

Extern avdelning

Koen Rademaekers, Oscar Widerberg, Katarina Svatikova, Roel van der Veen, Triple E Consulting, Eleonora Panella, Milieu Ltd

Ocean Research in Horizon 2020: The Blue Growth Potential

10-02-2015

This in-depth analysis, provided by the Policy Department A at the request of the ITRE committee, aims to provide a description of the key blue growth sectors of the economy along with the EU potential to exploit them in a sustainable and competitive manner. Apart from the Blue Growth strategy and objectives, it describes its impact on growth and job creation. The briefing provides an analytical insight as well as policy recommendations on the key issues concerning blue economy and blue growth.

This in-depth analysis, provided by the Policy Department A at the request of the ITRE committee, aims to provide a description of the key blue growth sectors of the economy along with the EU potential to exploit them in a sustainable and competitive manner. Apart from the Blue Growth strategy and objectives, it describes its impact on growth and job creation. The briefing provides an analytical insight as well as policy recommendations on the key issues concerning blue economy and blue growth.

Extern avdelning

Luca REMOTTI and Tonia DAMVAKERAKI (INTRASOFT International S.A.)

A Possible International Agreement on Marine Biodiversity in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction

04-11-2014

As a result of the structure of international law some 64 % of the world’s oceans lies beyond the national jurisdiction of coastal States. Over recent years growing concerns within the international community over the adequacy of the existing legal framework for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction have led to discussions under the auspices of the United Nations General Assembly on the possible development of a new international legal instrument ...

As a result of the structure of international law some 64 % of the world’s oceans lies beyond the national jurisdiction of coastal States. Over recent years growing concerns within the international community over the adequacy of the existing legal framework for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction have led to discussions under the auspices of the United Nations General Assembly on the possible development of a new international legal instrument. This study was provided by Policy Department A for the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI).

Extern avdelning

Stephen Hodgson, Andrew Serdy, Ian Payne and Johan Gille

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