RAC and ICES Plan Increased Cooperation to Tackle Weak Stock Assessments

By NWWRAC Communications Board Tuesday, 1st February 2011 | 0 comments
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The North Sea and North Western Waters Regional Advisory Councils proposed the new initiative which has now been enthusiastically supported by ICES. At a recent meeting in Copenhagen it was agreed to go ahead and to establish terms of reference for the new task forces. Once established, the individual task forces will decide which fisheries and stock assessments should take priority.

The NWWRAC meets in Santiago to review the management model for Atlantic Hake

By NWWRAC Communications Board Thursday, 4th June 2009 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2009.
The North Western Waters Regional Advisory Council (NWWRAC) will be holding its first official meeting in Galicia in order to examine the biological and socio-economic impact of the proposal for Regulation submitted by the Commission in March regarding a management plan for Northern hake, which is planned initially to come into force by 1 January 2010. Northern hake is a target species of great economic value for many EU vessels carrying on its fisheries activities in Grande Sole waters.

The NWWRAC meets in Paris to debate key challenges to fisheries management in Europe

By NWWRAC Communications Board Wednesday, 15th April 2009 | 0 comments
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The North Western Waters Regional Advisory Council (NWWRAC) will hold its next Executive Committee meeting in Paris the 21st of April where a number of key issues such as the review of the Common Fisheries Policy, the reform of the control policy or the marine spatial planning will be discussed with representatives of the EU Commission, national administrations from the Member States and the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES).

Fishermen, conservationists, scientists and the European Commission agree to manage European fisheries for the long term

By Inter-RAC Group Tuesday, 16th September 2008 | 0 comments
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An international Seminar on Long Term Management (LTM) Plans was held the 11th and 12th of September at the seat of the Regional Council Pays de la Loire in Nantes (France). The event was co-organized by five Regional Advisory Councils (Baltic Sea, North Sea, North Western Waters, South Western Waters, Pelagic Species) and sponsored by Région Pays de la Loire and AGLIA.

The NWWRAC launches another year of challenges as member delegates meet in Dublin

By NWWRAC Communications Board Monday, 1st October 2007 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2007.
The 2007 World Seafood Congress provided a most appropriate backdrop to the recent North Western Waters Regional Advisory Council (NWWRAC) meetings in Dublin. The NWWRAC Executive Committee and Annual General Assembly met on the 27-28th September 2007 to review a year filled with debates, challenges, and successes in the European fishing arena.

Crunch Meeting on Future of EU Cod Recovery

By Inter-RAC Group Monday, 12th February 2007 | 0 comments
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The failing EU Cod Recovery Programme has prompted the North Western Waters and the North Sea Regional Advisory Councils to host a joint Symposium on Cod Recovery on 9 and 10 March next in Edinburgh. The Symposium, one of the most critical debates ever held on EU Cod Recovery, is set to offer findings that will inform the RACs’s advice to the EU Fisheries Commission on their soon to be revised Cod Recovery Programme.

Update on Progress of Work

By NWWRAC Communications Board Monday, 4th December 2006 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2006.
The work of the North Western Waters Regional Advisory Council is progressing smoothly as the NWWRAC moves into its second year of operation.

Fishermen and Conservationists meet in Paris to Provide Recommendations to EU Policy-makers

By NWWRAC Communications Board Friday, 9th December 2005 | 0 comments
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A sixty-strong delegation of representatives from the fisheries, environmental, angling and consumer sectors met in the French National Fisheries Committees offices in Paris on Monday November 7 and Tuesday November 8 2005 to consider issues and a way forward for fisheries and the environment in north western European waters.

BIM selected to host prestigious EU fisheries organization

By BIM Newsletter Thursday, 29th September 2005 | 0 comments
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The Bord Iascaigh Mhara-hosted inaugural meeting of the EU-established North Western Waters Regional Advisory Council (NWWRAC) due to take place on Friday (30 September 2005, Dublin Castle) will, for the first time in the history of the Common Fisheries Policy, bring together representatives from all stakeholder groups from the Irish, UK, Spanish, French, Dutch and Belgian fisheries sectors.

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