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Final ACIG minutes 14 September 2016

Karen Green

Final minutes of the Aquaculture Common Issues Group meeting held in London on 14 September 2016.

December 2016Download PDF

Final Pelagic Industry Issues Group minutes for 18 October 2016

Karen Green

Final minutes of the Pelagic Industry Issues meeting held in Aberdeen on Tuesday 18 October 2016.

December 2016Download PDF

CLG news summary December 2016

Karen Green

Summary of news reports sent to CLG circulation list in December 2016.

December 2016Download PDF

Fact Sheet: Seafish activities in relation to the Landing Obligation. December 2016

Karen Green

Under the revised Common Fisheries Policy a Landing Obligation (LO) is being introduced gradually, between 2015 and 2019 for all commercial fisheries (species under TACs, or under minimum sizes) in European waters. Seafish’s work on the LO is diverse and cuts across a number of work streams. We are providing valuable services to industry and government and our coordination role in communicating about ongoing projects is limiting duplication of work. This paper summarises our recent, current and future activities. These activities have been agreed by Seafish’s three Sector Panels and demonstrate a commitment to help industry meet the challenges of the LO. Key work areas for Seafish are: economic implications; gear selectivity; the Seafish Discard Action Group; briefings and guidance; outreach; a project to assess the impact of the LO on the UK supply chain; sectoral support; and marketing and communications.

December 2016Download PDF

Final notes on CLG Brexit Special meeting on 7 October 2016

Karen Green

Seafish organised a Common Language Group (CLG) 'special' event, to explore the potential issues and opportunities that leaving the EU could have for the seafood sector. Seafish lined up expert speakers from across the seafood supply chain to talk about key areas such as trade, regulation, marine governance, public funding and access to labour. This meeting was all about knowledge-sharing and helping to inform the transition by bringing the seafood industry together to listen to the views of those who have been looking closely at this, to hear perspectives from different sectors of the industry and also to contribute to the discussion.

November 2016Download PDF