In this video Project Coordinator Charlotte Jacobsen explains, the challenge WaSeaBi is dealing with, what needs to be done in order to solve the challenge and how far we have reached in relation to developing solutions. Watch the video to learn about the preliminary results achieved in WaSeaBi.
Leading figures in the Danish Fishermen’s Association and the Danish Pelagic Producers’ Organisation are prepared for a disastrous Brexit outcome, and have responded to reports in the Irish mdeia that the agreement rumoured to be almost reached will cost European fishermen dearly.
The rumour is that an agreement between the EU and the UK is close – with EU negotiators prepared to sacrifice extensive fishing rights in the process.
Author: Quentin Bates / FiskerForum | Read the full articlehere
According to a press release the Government of Canada has decided to phase out salmon farming licences in Discovery Islands, British Columbia, from 30 June 2022. This represents 30% or approximately 10-12k GWT of Mowi’s total average annual harvest volumes in British Columbia from 2022. 2021 harvest volumes will not be impacted.
Further to this Mowi will develop a mitigation plan and revised strategy for its operations in British Columbia.
This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section of 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act
Salmon processors blocked fish in protest during busy Christmas period over departure conditions.
Delpierre is at the centre of industrial action at its soon-to-close site in Wisches, north east France. The company is owned by Labeyrie Fine Foods, one of Europe’s largest smoked salmon producers Labeyrie Fine Foods.
BFMTV reports that on Wednesday morning workers in protest blocked around 50 tonnes of smoked salmon, worth about EUR 0.2 million, in cold storage. Police officers were then called out to remove the employees from the factory compound, and the loading of smoked salmon began in the early afternoon.
Source: SalmonBusiness | Read the full articlehere
The European Parliament warns that it will not vote this month on any agreement signed after the 21st
"However, large gaps remain to be bridged, particularly in fisheries." The president of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, had a telephone conversation yesterday with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, in which it was clear that there has been "substantial progress" on many issues but it has also been evidenced that the Fishing is the last hurdle to solve the Eurodivorce.
The negotiations continue today in Brussels but the disagreement in the fisheries chapter is maximum.
Source: Industrias Pesqueras | Read the full article here
Some countries go through the third wave of the virus, infections increase and the measures are more drastic. The various vaccines begin their testing phase.
Covid-19 (coronavirus) affects much of the world every day. AQUA, for a couple of months, has been detailing the situation of the virus in the main Chilean salmon markets. Next, we give you a little more detail of the current scenario in each of these countries. This is the data available until this Tuesday, December 15.
The United States is the country most affected in the world by the Covid-19 outbreak. More than 30,000 Americans died from the disease in the first 13 days of December, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The death toll in the country since the start of the pandemic was nearly 300,000 as of Sunday night, with more than 16.2 million reported cases.
The European Parliament has adopted an interim agreement on the EU program for the environment and climate action LIFE to boost EU action in 2021-2027. The agreement will allow the Commission to begin preparing to implement the program.
The total budget allocated to LIFE in the commitment on the multiannual financial framework 2021-2027 is € 5.4 billion, of which € 3.5 billion will be allocated to environmental activities; and 1.9 billion euros will go to climate action.
The program will contribute to the mainstreaming of climate actions and the overall goal of earmarking at least 30% of EU budget spending on climate targets.
Source: iPac.acuicultura | Read the full article here
Agreements on next year’s catch limits for more than 200 commercial fish stocks in the Atlantic, North Sea, Mediterranean, and the Black Sea have been reached by European Union fisheries ministers following two days of intense negotiation at the annual Agrifish Council meeting.
As more than 100 of the stocks in the Atlantic and North Sea have historically been co-managed with the United Kingdom, and given the ongoing E.U.-U.K. negotiations on their future relationship, ministers agreed to set provisional quotas for the fish stocks shared with Britain.
The provisional quotas are designed to ensure the continuation of sustainable fishing in the concerned areas until consultations with the U.K. are concluded, the European Council said.
Author: Jason Holland / Seafoodsource | Read the full articlehere
Seafish, the organisation which supports the seafood industry, has urged businesses in the sector to take advantage of its advice about preparing for trading with Europe in 2021 as the UK nears the December 31 end of its Brexit transition period.
“Whether you import, export, process and distribute, catch or farm seafood, you can find guidance for your business on our support hub,” said Seafish in a press release.
“If you are unable to find the answer to your question in our guidance then our regulation team will be available to answer further questions on the end of the Brexit transition period over Christmas and New Year through a pre-bookable service.”
Source: fishfarmingexpert | Read the full article here
Scientists develop model to predict movement of tuna Seychelles
Indian Ocean Tuna Commission - the organization responsible for the management of tunas and tuna-like species in the Indian Ocean region is conducting new research to better understand the movement of...
Copyright 1995 - 2021 Fish Info & Services Co.Ltd| All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER