IP/15/6266  10-12-2015 - Commission proposes new rules to improve transparency and monitoring of EU fleet fishing internationally 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 10 December 2015 Commission proposes new system to grant and manage fishing authorisations that will allow authorities to better monitor both EU vessels fishing outside Union waters and international vessels fishing in our own waters.
MEMO/15/6267  10-12-2015 - Questions and Answers: Commission proposes new rules to improve transparency and monitoring of EU fleets fishing internationally 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 10 December 2015 Commission proposes a new system to grant and manage authorisations that will allow authorities to better monitor both EU vessels fishing outside Union waters and international vessels fishing in our own waters.
IP/15/6016  10-11-2015 - Commission proposes fishing opportunities in the Atlantic and North Sea for 2016 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 10 November 2015 The European Commission proposes fish quotas (Total Allowable Catches) for 2016 for the Atlantic and the North Sea. The Commission proposes to maintain or increase the fish quotas for 35 stocks, and reduce catches for 28 stocks on the basis of...
MEMO/15/6030  10-11-2015 - Questions and Answers on the Commission's proposal for Atlantic and North Sea fish quotas in 2016 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 10 November 2015 The European Commission proposes fishing opportunities (Total Allowable Catches) for 2016 for the Atlantic and the North Sea. 1) What's new in 2016? From 1 January 2016 fishermen will be obliged to land all catches of certain demersal species once they...
MEMO/15/6017  10-11-2015 - Questions and Answers on Total Allowable Catches (TACs) increase for 2016: Quota Top-ups 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 10 November 2015 The European Commission proposes fish quotas (Total Allowable Catches) for 2016 for the Atlantic and the North Sea and an increase in fishing opportunities to help fishermen in the transition to the new obligation to land all catches.
IP/15/5736  01-10-2015 - Fighting illegal fishing: Commission warns Taiwan and Comoros with yellow cards and welcomes reforms in Ghana and Papua New Guinea 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 1 October 2015 Commission warns Comoros and Taiwan with yellow cards as they risk being identified uncooperative in the fight against illegal fishing. Ghana and Papua New Guinea reform their fisheries governance system and are delisted.
MEMO/15/5738  01-10-2015 - Questions and Answers on the EU's fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 1 October 2015 Commission warns Comoros and Taiwan with yellow cards as they risk being identified uncooperative in the fight against illegal fishing. Ghana and Papua New Guinea significantly reformed their fisheries governance system.
IP/15/5563  02-09-2015 - Commission proposes Baltic Sea fishing opportunities for 2016: more stocks than ever to be fished at sustainable levels 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 2 September 2015 Commission proposes Baltic Sea fishing opportunities for 2016: more stocks than ever to be fished at sustainable levels. The European Commission today tabled its proposal on fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2016.
MEMO/15/5564  02-09-2015 - Questions and Answers on Fishing Opportunities in the EU for 2016 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 2 September 2015 Questions and Answers on Fishing Opportunities in the EU for 2016. What are fishing opportunities? How are they set? Fishing opportunities, otherwise known as Total Allowable Catches (TAC), are decided on a yearly basis by Member States represented by their Fisheries...
IP/15/5113  04-06-2015 - Commission asks public its views on EU's role in shaping international ocean governance 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 04 June 2015 The European Commission launched today a public consultation, to collect views on how the EU could contribute to achieving better international governance of oceans and seas to the benefit of sustainable blue growth.