Thursday, January 23, 2020

Maritime & Fisheries News

Government Europa brings you the latest Maritime & Fisheries News from across the field of European Government Policy.

eu-canada maritime partnership

EU-Canada maritime partnership a major step forward

The EU-Canada maritime partnership is committed to combating the negative effects of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fisheries, marine pollution and climate change. The European...
norway green shipping

Norway green shipping action plan to halve emissions by 2030

The Norwegian government has produced a comprehensive action plan for maritime emissions reduction and green shipping in Norway. In a report detailing its plan for...
sustainable fishing opportunities

Sustainable fishing opportunities proposed for Mediterranean, Black Seas

The European Commission has adopted its first ever proposal on sustainable fishing opportunities in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. The proposal, drawn up in accordance...
future of shipping

Future of shipping: Europe’s ports can keep a competitive edge

Magda Kopczynska, Director for Waterborne Transport at European Commission, speaks about the future of shipping. At the annual European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) conference –...
brexit funding for uk ports

Brexit funding for UK ports worth £10m to be distributed

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) will provide £10m (€11.21m) in funding to prepare 16 ports for the economic and industrial impacts of Brexit. The...
aquaculture in europe

Aquaculture in Europe: an economic overview

Aquaculture in Europe has a huge potential for growth as a relatively young industry, say economists Jordi Guillen and Natacha Carvalho. Global aquaculture production (including...
marine technology funding

Marine technology funding: EU offers millions to support innovation

The EU has made millions of euros available in marine technology funding grants to support research and innovation. The marine technology funding, issued under Horizon...
cyprus-ireland blue growth initiative

Cyprus-Ireland Blue Growth Initiative takes its first steps

Despite distance, Cyprus and Ireland can work together to exchange knowledge and information to help drive their blue growth initiative. The blue economy is becoming...
hydrogen-powered tug

Hydrogen-powered tug to debut in Port of Antwerp

The Port of Antwerp has placed an order for the world’s first hydrogen-powered tug as the next step in its transition to becoming fully...
pneumatically stabilized platform

Pneumatically Stabilized Platform can help in unprotected waters

Pneumatically Stabilized Platform (PSP) is a marine technology specifically designed as a very large floating platform located in unprotected ocean waters. Float Inc. has come...

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