Elements with tag food security
The future Common Fisheries Policy must prioritize increased productivity, human capital and rational goals
Europêche seeks a new narrative on fisheries - Keep eating EU wild fish: it’s good for your health, it’s good for our planet - CO2 emissions from fishing are already down by 40 % -
Europêche lodges anti-dumping complaint against Chinese tuna exports - EU fishing sector requests the abolition of tariff derogations for imported tuna loins
Almost 80% of the fish consumed worldwide comes from sustainable stocks - Evidence shows that management is the best tool for conservation
EU Biodiversity strategy ignores fisheries management achievements - The strategy puts at risk European food production
EU Fishing Industry welcomes European Commission’s proposal as a first measure to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 Crisis. Additional Funding must now be provided.
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The sector dos not want a radical reform, but a surgical revision of the CFP to better balance the protection of biodiversity, sustainable use and food security. Fishers are blamed for not fulfilling radical fisheries policies which per definition are unachievable.