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“FINALLY turning the tide on decades of overfishing and mismanagement”: Mediterranean countries launch new plan to transform small-scale fisheries

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WWF report maps contribution of Mediterranean Sea to the region “in new ways”; Finds that overall value of Med’s natural assets is “at least US$5.6 trillion”

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EUROPEAN Commission secures 10-year pledge to save Mediterranean fish stocks; Many points, incl. support of small-scale fisheries and aquaculture

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OVER-exploitation of fish stocks in the Mediterranean risk the very future of hundreds of thousands of people… need to act – EU Commissioner Vella

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OCEANA highlights lack of trade traceability & transparency in lucrative Mediterranean swordfish market; Mixing healthy Atlantic swordfish with critical Mediterranean stock

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EU Fisheries Commissioner invites GFCM to Brussels in April to discuss with EU Fisheries Council “what specific measures could be taken to save Mediterranean stocks”

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OCEANA calls for emergency closures of heavily overfished stocks in the Mediterranean; “We don’t want Mare Nostrum to become Mare Mortuum”…

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‘UNION for the Mediterranean’: Ministers come together to strengthen regional cooperation in maritime economy

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EUROPEAN Union strengthens fisheries conservation in Mediterranean; full implementation of GFCM adopted measures

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“THE BULK of the future fish supply will have to come from aquaculture… We need to cooperate” – FAO’s Árni Matthias Mathiesen

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MEDITERRANEAN aquaculture trends: “The target for the near-future is to be 100% sustainable” – FAO/ GFCM posts ‘Could aquaculture be sustainable?’ video

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“THE QUESTION is not if aquaculture can be food for the future, it has to be” – Árni M. Mathiesen #FAO DG Fisheries & Aquaculture

The question is not if aquaculture can be food for the future, it has to be. There are very bright prospects for the region since aquaculture in the Mediterranean is at a very advanced stage,’’ commented Árni M. Mathiesen, Assistant Director-General of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department of FAO, speaking this week (December 9-11, 2014) at the Regional Conference on “Blue Growth in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea: developing sustainable aquaculture for food security”, in Bari, Italy.

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