Publicado por: pongpesca | 2009/11/19

Notícias da Eurocean

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– “Reform of Common Fisheries Policy control framework – questions and answers” de 12 de Novembro de 2009

“A new EU Regulation on a more efficient system to control fisheries across the EU was approved by Fisheries ministers on 20 October. The new Regulation was proposed by the Commission in November 2008 will enter into force on 1 January 2010.”

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– “Fisheries: Commission welcomes ICCAT´s decisive action to save bluefin tuna and other marine species” de 16 de Novembro de 2009

“The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tuna (ICCAT), which met near Recife, Brazil, adopted a number of new multi-annual management plans which align fishing opportunities with the latest scientific opinions. The European Commission is particularly satisfied with the consensus reached on the recovery plan aimed at Eastern bluefin tuna, whose total allowable catch (TAC) for 2010 has been reduced to 13 500 tonnes (as compared to 22 000 tonnes in 2008). This will be accompanied by drastic cuts in fishing capacity. ICCAT also approved additional management measures for Mediterranean swordfish which will, on the one hand, reinforce the protection of juvenile fish through more stringent closure of fishing activities at the end of the year and, on the other, foresee the adoption of a long-term management plan at the 2010 ICCAT meeting on the basis of up-to-date scientific advice.”

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– “Commission welcomes the creation of a new fisheries management organisation for the South Pacific high seas” de 17 de Novembro de 2009

“The European Commission has welcomed the adoption of a Convention for the setting up of a new regional fisheries management organisation (RFMO), to manage non-tuna fish stocks in the south Pacific, in Auckland, New Zealand. This Convention will allow to fill in the large gap that currently exists in the international conservation and management of non-highly migratory fisheries and in the protection of biodiversity in the marine environment in the high seas areas of the South Pacific Ocean.”

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Fonte: EurOcean Newsletter – 17 de Novembro de 2009


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