Global production of fish and seafood is expected to increase further in 2013 to 160m tonnes from 157m tonnes in 2012. Aquaculture plays an important role in this production: in 2013 FAO estimates suggest that just under...
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On 19-20 February 2014 the fourth Forum on Aquaculture Health organised by FEADSA (the Spanish federation of associations for health protection in aquaculture) in cooperation with the pharmaceutical company CENAVISA,
Free Symposium: Enhancing the Innovation Capacity of Seafood Business - The Role of Higher Education
Free Symposium: Enhancing the Innovation Capacity of Seafood Business - The Role of Higher Education 31st January 2014, DTU Meeting Center B101, S01, 10h-13h The Industry Academia Interaction (InTerAct) in...
The Polish herring market remains stagnant, but a significant increase in herring prices and sustained export demand (mainly from Germany) caused a significant increase in sales in 2012 of the
|Poland: Government adopts strategy for sustainable rural development, agriculture and fisheries by 2020|
|Monday, 07 May 2012 11:13|
On 25 April 2012, the Council of Ministers adopted the strategy for the sustainable rural development, agriculture and fisheries, submitted by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Marek Sawicki. The strategy was developed in consultation with a wide range of experts and based on the results of public and inter-ministerial consultations, as well as the results of independent evaluations. This is one of nine integrated development strategies that will provide the basic instruments for the updated Medium Term Development Strategy 2020, and Long Term National Development Strategy to 2030.
The strategy will be implemented in the years 2012-2020 and will seek to improve the quality of life in rural areas, and to promote the efficient use resources, including agriculture and fisheries, to ensure sustainable development. The strategy is based on five key issues, namely human capital, quality of life, security, competitiveness and the environment and will draw on support within the framework of EU policies, including the Common Agricultural Policy and the Cohesion Policy for Rural Development, in the new EU programming period 2014-2020.