Past Events

Upcoming events
Sep
14

State of the Stocks seminar: European Commission

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Dates: 14 September 2018

The European Commission is hosting its annual "State of the Stocks" seminar and provide an update on achieving MSY for commercial stocks and analysis of biomass and fishing mortality trends, along with a focus on the economic performance of the European fleet. Further information and the meeting agenda.

Sep
05

BALTFISH Forum

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Dates: 05 September 2018

This will be the first BALTFISH Forum under the Swedish Presidency. It is expected that discussions will focus on TACs and quotas ahead of the October Council. Agenda forthcoming.

Sep
04

BSAC Working Group on Ecosystem Based Management

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Dates: 04 September 2018

Eel management will be the focus of the Baltic Sea Advisory Council working group meeting.

Aug
23

BSAC demersal and pelagic working group

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Dates: 23 August 2018

Aug
14

ICES workshop to evaluate the effect of conservation measures in Eastern Baltic cod

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Dates: 14 - 15 August 2018

Jul
11

PECH committee meeting

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Dates: 11 July 2018

Jul
03

Workshop on the regionalisation of the CFP

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Dates: 03 July 2018

The conference is organised by the Thünen Institute, a German research institute under the Ministry of Food & Agriculture.

At present the workshop plans to focus on three questions:

    * Which tasks of fisheries management should be in the responsibility of the fishing industry?

    * Which decisions of fisheries management should be taken at which level (EU, regional sea, national, local)?

    * Which institutions and decision-making processes are appropriate for the regional sea level?

Jun
28

BSAC ExCom

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Dates: 28 June 2018

The advisory council will aim to finalise its advice to the Commission regarding fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea and management tools to recover stocks below biomass reference points for the fisheries in 2019. Agenda

Jun
27

BALTFISH Forum and High Level Group

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Dates: 27 June 2018

It is expected that topics discussed will include the salmon management plan and TACs for 2019 as all stocks reach their maximum sustainable yield deadline. It will be the final meeting under the Danish Presidency with Sweden taking over in July.

Jun
15

Conference: State of the fish stock in the Baltic Sea, particularly cod stocks – prognosis and management for 2019

Location: Szczecin, Poland

Dates: 15 June 2018

The conference is organised by the Polish government.

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