- Potential measures against the Faroe Islands
- Council Mandate Brings CFP Reform Closer
- North Sea RAC meets the Norwegian Fishermen’s Association
- European Commission unveils maritime strategy for the Atlantic
- All Aboard for the Reform of Common Fisheries Policy
- New Managing Director at Qalut Vónin
- Commission calls for cooperation to boost sustainable aquaculture in Europe
- Russia complains over EU-Mauritania Fisheries Partnership Agreement before WTO
- Damanaki at Seafood Expo 2013
- Damanaki launching new online market intelligence tool for fisheries
- Action Plan to save sea birds
- World`s largest Seafood Trade Fair opens tomorrow
- Agriculture and Fisheries Council, 22 April 2013
- Reviving the Mediterranean blue economy through cooperation
- Commissioner Maria Damanaki Welcomes European Parliament support to ban discarding in the Skagerrak
Working together for Kaikoura
The New Zealand seafood industry has welcomed the release of a multi]stakeholder strategy to manage the Kaikoura coastline.
Te Korowai o Te Tai o Marokura released its strategy for the area today, called Sustaining our Sea, after six years of research, discussion and consultation.
New Zealand Seafood Industry Council Chief Executive, Peter Bodeker, said Te Korowai o Te Tai o Marokura was an example of the seafood industry working constructively with all stakeholders to find the best outcome for all.
"Te Korowai o Te Tai o Marokura is a broadly representative group with voices from commercial and recreational fishing, iwi, tourism operators, environmentalists, local government and others.
"The seafood industry always values the opportunity to work with other stakeholders in the interests of good fisheries management."
The group is calling for public submissions on the strategy until 2 December 2011.
WorldFishingToday d. 04-09-2011