Ensuring the sustainability of UK fish populations

“The UK can demonstrate the importance of implementing the best management standards, collaboration across national and international borders and long-term holistic environmental management.”

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The UK has left the EU, but there are still shared resources:

Marine conservation after Brexit – Vision Group for Sidmouth

Marine conservation after Brexit: part two – Vision Group for Sidmouth

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And there are anxieties for the future of the fishing industry and of fishing stocks:

An uncertain future for Devon’s fishing industry – Vision Group for Sidmouth

Dismay from South West fishing communities – Vision Group for Sidmouth

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The Oceana group is interested in “protecting the marine environment and promoting sustainable fishing”:

Home | Oceana Europe

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And it’s just produced a report, where numbers of Lyme Bay crabs could be something to watch:

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Following up on Oceana’s extensive UK Fisheries Audit, learn why EU-UK cooperation and shared management of fish stocks are needed to ensure the sustainability of UK fish populations.

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There is an opportunity and a responsibility for the UK to lead the way in sustainable fisheries. In doing so, the UK can demonstrate the importance of implementing the best management standards, collaboration across national and international borders and long-term holistic environmental management.

UK Fisheries Audit 2021 | Oceana Europe

   
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