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|Title:||Report Global Trends in Fisheries Governance Improving sustainability|
|Authors:||GAMITO JARDIM JOSÉ ERNESTO|
|Publisher:||Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management|
|Abstract:||The new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) of the European Union was adopted on 11 December 2013. Not only does it reform the fisheries policy governing the European waters, but for the first time in its thirty-year history, international aspects of fisheries management are included in the Basic Regulation. Until now these aspects have been covered by non-legally binding Council Conclusions. The conference Global Trends in Fisheries Governance – Improving Sustainability was organized by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, in Rosenbad Conference Centre, Stockholm, 29–30 January 2014, with the aim of analysing the external dimension of the new CFP, and increasing the understanding and interpretation of the policy and its implementation at all different management levels for improved sustainability. The Conference explored possible tools, options, responsibilities and challenges for the implementation of the external dimension of the new CFP. It was funded by the Swedish Ministry of Rural Affairs. It focused on the European Union’s bilateral relations with third countries, and the EU as a member of regional fisheries management bodies and other relevant international organizations in light of the reformed CFP.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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