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SeafoodSource News: delivers global seafood news to your e-mail inbox each weekday, when you become a member of SeafoodSource.comEurofish Magazine: provides comprehensive coverage of the trade, processing, and aquaculture sectors. Among the issues addressed are globalisation, illegal fishing, the consequences of global warming, sustainability, and organic labelling.Institute of Fisheries Management: The IFM is dedicated to the advancement of sustainable fisheries management. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in fish and fisheries, their proper management and conservation.Paint a Fish: educate younger generations in sustainable fisheries. Digital Explorer and the nef (new economics foundation) have developed a set of educational resources to help teachers give lessons on sustainable fisheries and to encourage pupils to paint a fish. WWF EU Policy Office: Socio-Economic Benefits of a Bold EU Fisheries ReformEyeOverFishing: shows how fishing has damaged the sea, and maps a route to a fishery where ocean life can replenish itself.International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES): is a network of more than 1600 scientists from 200 institutes linked by an intergovernmental agreement (the ICES Convention) to add value to national research efforts. ICES coordinates and promotes marine research on oceanography, the marine environment, the marine ecosystem, and on living marine resources in the North Atlantic.International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES): briefs about the various fish stocks for which ICES provides advice. These briefs ar presented in a non-technical language and are aimed at the general reader with an interest in fisheries.The Blog Aquatic: bringing news, opinions, photos, facts and other wonderful things related to our ocean, a place where visitors and writers can discover the wonders of the ocean world and discuss what we’re all doing together to protect it. FishNewsEU.com: aims to provide independent fishing related news, prices and service covering the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors both in a UK and international context.Innovative Fisheries Management: IFM is a social science research and advisory centre working with fisheries and marine management and coastal community development.Oceana: founded in 2001, is the largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation, protecting marine ecosystems and endangered species .Exotic species: invaders of the seas: Without competitors, or predators, exotic species displace native species and colonize habitats that are not theirs.ReproFish: is a European initiative, funded by the 6th Framework Programme for Research and Development (FPRD). The project, which commenced in February 2007, regroups leading scientific experts from the fish reproduction field and professionals worldwide.2012 ICES Annual Science Conference : a forum in which an international community of marine scientists, professionals, stakeholders, and students gather to share their work.UK Fisheries Science Partnership programme: the NFFO and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science collaborate to develop co-operative projects to answers questions raised regarding fisheries scientific and management advice.CFP Reform Watch: Common Fisheries Policy reform draft report revealedMCCIP: MCCIP acts as the primary focus for the supply of evidence and advice to partners to enable them to individually and collectively plan for the challenges and opportunities presented by the impacts of climate change in the marine environment.Waitt Foundation: With the rapid decline of marine life and resources, the primary mission of the Waitt Foundation is to protect our oceans from the harmful impacts of overfishing. To achieve this, we direct our efforts toward facilitating the creation of marine protected areas, engaging stakeholders to improve the management of fisheries, fostering sustainable solutions, and raising public awareness through a network of collaborative NGO’s and foundations.European Atlas of the Seas: The atlas is an easy and fun way for students, professionals and anyone interested to learn more about Europe's seas and coasts, their environment, related human activities and European policies.Reforming the common fisheries policy (CFP): The European Commission has set out a new radical approach to fisheries management in Europe. The proposals will secure both fish stocks and fishermen's livelihood for the future while putting an end to overfishing and depletion of fish stocks.World Fisheries Conference: The World Council of Fisheries Societies is a non-profit, nongovernmental organisation that currently includes 12 scientific and professional fisheries societies and affiliated organisations world wide. The 6th Congress will be held in Edinburgh 7th - 11th of May 2012.NUTRIMENTHE: Eat fish, build up brainpower, omega-3 supplement may benefit early communicative developmentProject Seahorse: is a marine conservation organisation committed to the conservation and sustainable use of the world’s coastal marine ecosystemsNorthern Maritime University: a transnational network of universities in the North Sea Region (NSR).The North Sea Region Programme: aims to increase the innovative capacity of fishery ports across the North Sea Region by promoting the development of efficient, effective and sustainable logistics solutions.Wageningen Water Consult: fisheries related conferencesLiving North Sea: aims to focus on key issues and solutions for fish migration. The team consists of fifteen partners working on reconnecting the rivers and deltas around the North Sea region. The project is partly funded by the European Interreg North Sea program.FARNET: the European Fisheries Areas Network. The FARNET Support Unit was established by the European Commission to assist in the implementation of EU measures for the sustainable development of fisheries areas (Axis 4 of the European Fisheries Fund). The Support Unit acts as a platform for networking between fisheries areas and supports and guides Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs) in devising and implementing local solutions to the challenges confronting Europe’s fisheries areas.Joint Nature Conservation Committee: The JNCC plays a key role in providing advice for marine nature conservation and the management of the information that underpins this advisory role.Reform of the common fisheries policy: the European Commission has proposed a new fund for the EU's maritime and fisheries policies for the period 2014-2020: the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF). The Fund will help deliver the ambitious objectives of the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy and will help fishermen in the transition towards sustainable fishing, as well as coastal communities in the diversification of their economies. OpenOceans: Connecting the ocean community to build a GIS-based, web infrastructure designed to bring together ocean data, to recognize exemplary sources of ocean information, to visualize ocean processes, to help resolve ocean policy questions and disputes, and to better understand ocean processes.Centre for Ocean Solutions: strategic initiatives are the primary means by which the COS implements its mission to develop practical solutions to major ocean challenges. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration, COS initiatives bring together scientific experts from across a range of disciplines and institutions, along with leaders from government, business and the non-profit community.Wiley: new titles in Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish ScienceState of the Ocean: AN international panel of experts warns that fish and other marine species are in danger of entering a phase of extinction unseen in human history.Local Catch.org: is a network of community supported fisheries from across North AmericaGoodFishBadFish - Seafood and Sustainability: is a place for consumers to visit for up-to-date and interesting information on the area of sustainable seafood.
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