Innovation for Sustainable Fisheries
SMARTFISH H2020 is an international research project which aims to develop, test and promote a suite of high-tech systems for the EU fishing sector. The goal is to optimize resource efficiency, improve automatic data collection for fish stock assessment, provide evidence of compliance with fishery regulations and reduce the ecological impact of the industry.
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Today at #MedFish4Ever high level conference the #EU #IUU Coalition #IUUwatch will be presenting our joint paper on best practices for achieving transparency & combating #IUUfishing w/in #RFMOs. More info available at https://t.co/XsxvcZlnnH https://t.co/Ts5KJ7heN7
The right way towards sustainable fisheries management requires strong political will & stakeholder support, along with clear and agreed objectives and principles, supported by tools for their implementation - data, science, control and financial support. #MediterraneanFuture https://t.co/JT0o55J9GK
#MedFish4ever conference it's on: Veronika Veits @EU_MARE, shares lessons learnt at EU level. The #CFP reform has led to positive results, even if not everywhere yet: healthier stocks, more profitable fisheries, less fish wasted. The efforts of industry & fishers are paying off. https://t.co/RbbREXGBns
The @FAO International Symposium on #Fisheries #Sustainability: Strengthening the Science Policy nexus, is to be held in FAO HQ, Rome, Italy, 19-21 November 2019.
Outcomes will be presented at the 34th meeting of the #COFI, in July 2020
SINTEF Ocean (SO) – AZTI-Tecnalia (AZTI) – DTU Aqua (DTU) – Marine Scotland Marine Laboratory – Melbu Systems AS – Çukurova University Fisheries Faculty – CEFAS – Mersin University – Stiftelsen SINTEF – NTNU – University of East Anglia – Marport France SAS – Zunibal – SafetyNet Technologies LTD – Nergård Havfiske – Interfish – Larrasmendi