We are hosting a series of drop-in sessions to help fishers with under-10m vessels with their catch recording obligations. We want to support and enable a profitable, sustainable fishing industry. So improving understanding of how much and which species of …
Claire Turner, MMO Digital Manager
In March this year, members of the Blue Belt team hosted a roundtable discussion on Protected Area Management Effectiveness (PAME). PAME is a tool to assess how well protected areas – including Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) – are being managed …
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) have been involved in the preparation for the 47th G7 Summit, which is being held between 11 – 13 June at the Carbis Bay Hotel, near St Ives, Cornwall. The G7 is made up of …
Our survey of fishers in England’s under-12m fleet on their requirements for an I-VMS device that’s suitable for their vessel closed this week. More than 360 fishers completed the online poll, and we would like to thank each of you …
Guest blog on Operation Seabird with Geoff Edmond, National Wildlife Coordinator for the RSPCA.
Today (11 February) is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This blog looks at some of the women involved in scientific roles at the MMO.
Getting close to seals is best avoided for all concerned. This for both the welfare of the animal and also the person involved.
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