EU Fisheries policy
In the European Commission, the Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries is responsible for the fisheries and maritime policies. Above all, the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) regulates the management of the EU fish stocks and fisheries agreements with third countries. The maritime policy aims to ensure sustainable management of the maritime resources via several policy areas.
Realignment of the European Unions (EU's) fisheries policy
The EU Fisheries Minister and the EU Parliament have agreed on policy change in the Common Fisheries Policy in Brussels.
Fisheries as an important policy area of the European Union
The Directorate General Maritime Affairs and Fisheries in the European Commission acts as driving force of a sustainable European fisheries Policy.
The Common Fisheries Policy and decision-making
Through the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), the European Union regulates fisheries for the sustainable use of fishermen and consumers.
The common organisation of the markets (CMO) in fisheries and aquaculture products
The common organisation of the markets in fisheries and aquaculture products is an important pillar of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP).
Aquaculture: An opportunity for Europe
Aquaculture is the breeding of fish, mussels and water plants like algi.
Draft for the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) Analysis
As a basis for the preparation of the EMFAF Programme 2021 - 2027 a review of the as-is situation of Austria’s aquaculture and fisheries sector was compiled under the leadership of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism (BMLRT).