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  • Wed 05 November - Thu 06 November

    PECH Committee meeting

    Some of the issues on the agenda which are of interest for the Baltic Sea region include: Exchange of views with the Commission on the Public Consultation on Technical Measures and presentation by the Commission of delegated and implementing acts with the discard ban being of particular interest.

    Please see below for draft agenda.

  • Mon 10 November - Mon 17 November

    ICCAT Special Meeting of the Commission, Genova, Italy

    For more information, agenda and background documents please see link below. 

  • Fri 14 November

    Fishing for space, Vilnius, Lithuania

    Sketching maritime planning and fisheries management in the Baltic Sea Region.

    More info forthcoming.

  • Mon 17 November - Fri 21 November

    Joint ICES-MYFISH Workshop to consider the basis for Fmsy ranges for all stocks

    ICES will host a workshop to consider the basis for Fmsy ranges for all stocks. The meeting will take place at DTU Aqua, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    See link below for more information.

  • Wed 26 November - Thu 27 November

    Funding cooperation – Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference, Warsaw, Poland

    Launching transnational cooperation for 2014-2020 is on the agenda this autumn.

    The organizers invite to look at the achievements and explore the future funding opportunities during the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference. On the first day there will look back at successful examples of cooperation and discussions on expectations towards the future. The thematic fields and features of the new Programme also will be presented. During the second day there will be more detailed talks about the themes for cooperation and explanation on how and when to apply as well as where to get help.

    For more information about the conference, how to register and draft agenda, please see links below.

  • Sat 29 November

    Fish Dependence Day – Sweden, Sweden

    Fish Dependence is the day on which imports have to be relied upon because national catches would have run out if only home-caught fish had been eaten since 1 January.

    Sweden relies on imports for approximately one month per year, to satisfy domestic demand for fish products.

    Fish dependence is a powerful concept that illustrates how far overconsumption outstrips domestic resources. One way to illustrate this trend is to represent a country’s degree of self-sufficiency as a calendar day – the day in the year when a country has consumed its own supply and must begin sourcing its products from elsewhere, hence the term ‘fish dependence day’. For the EU this date is currently 11th July, after which the EU depends on foreign resources. Fish dependence day is calculated by New Economics Foundation (NEF).

  • Tue 02 December - Wed 03 December

    DG ENVI Joint workshop for policy areas Nature, WFD and MSFD, Brussels, Belgium

    Agenda forthcoming. Tentative dates.

  • Wed 03 December - Thu 04 December

    PECH Committee meeting

    Agenda forthcoming.

  • Thu 04 December

    Marine and water conference, Simrishamn, Sweden

    Marint Centrum and the InnoVatten project are hosting a marine and water conference focusing on solutions and opportunities for innovation in areas that have a large impact on the sea. The conference will highlight the importance of a healthy sea in combination with sustainable development and the circular economy.

    The conference will be held in Swedish and is free of charge.

    For more information and to sign up please click here.

  • Mon 08 December

    Fish Dependence Day – Greece, Greece

    Fish Dependence is the day on which imports have to be relied upon because national catches would have run out if only home-caught fish had been eaten since 1 January.

    Greece relies on imports just under a month per year, to satisfy domestic demand for fish products.

    Fish dependence is a powerful concept that illustrates how far over consumption outstrips domestic resources. One way to illustrate this trend is to represent a country’s degree of self-sufficiency as a calendar day – the day in the year when a country has consumed its own supply and must begin sourcing its products from elsewhere, hence the term ‘fish dependence day’. For the EU this date is currently 11th July, after which the EU depends on foreign resources. Fish dependence day is calculated by New Economics Foundation (NEF).

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