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Will marine net gain make waves for fisheries and aquaculture?Our Marine Environment Regulation Advisor highlights a Defra consultation on marine net gain and explains what it is and why it’s important.
Don’t worry about media coverage on the end of fish and chips - it’s still on the menuOur CEO responds to the latest sensationalist media reporting on sustainability in the UK seafood supply chain.
Do we need a circular economy? Absolutely – here’s 3 reasons whyIn Zero Waste Week our Head of Responsible Sourcing explains why transition to a circular economy is vital and looks at resource management in seafood
Customs and Trade News - September 2022This month we discuss the Developing Countries Trading Scheme, our work on the India FTA and a call for evidence on Australia and New Zealand trade.
Marine Environment News in Brief - September 2022This month we focus on highly protected marine areas, Greenpeace activity off Cornwall, the Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan and much more.
Autumn/Winter dates announced for more Man Overboard Awareness eventsMore fully funded sessions at training pools across the UK for those working on commercial fishing vessels. Book now for these popular events.
Seafood Expo Global is GREAT!Project Co-ordinator Phillip Quirie tells us more about what to expect in the next Seafood Expo Global Barcelona event in 2023.
What happens when you add ‘Highly’ to Marine Protected Areas?Our Marine Environment Regulation Advisor explains what Highly Protected Marine Areas are, how sites are selected and how they could impact fishers.
The what, why and how of tackling marine wildlife bycatchOur Marine Environment Regulation Advisor explains how the Marine Wildlife Bycatch Mitigation Initiative aims to protect sensitive marine species.
Customs and Trade News - October 2022An update on the negotiation progress for the UK’s free trade agreements, the target operating model and DIT’s international trade week.
Marine Environment News in Brief - October 2022We discuss the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill, DEFRA's fisheries management plans, the UK Bycatch mitigation initiative and more.
Funded online Elementary Food Hygiene and Health & Safety qualifications availableRichard Wardell, Onshore Training Advisor, highlights two subsidised nationally recognised qualifications, available to the seafood industry.