Update on Marine Planning Iteration 3
Emma Jones from Ramboll Environ talks to the Marine Management Organisation about a new approach to assessing marine plan sustainability.
The European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) is funding up to six groups to deliver community led local development in England. These Fisheries Local Action Groups, FLAGs,will use the knowledge of local stakeholders to tackle fisheries issues at a local level. The …
The MMO works with a number of organisations at a local and national level to manage risks to the marine environment. One of our partners, the Environment Agency (EA), celebrated its 20th anniversary in Spring 2016. To mark this Craig …
Over the last two weeks we have been visiting all four corners of England’s coast, launching the start of marine planning for the north east, south east, south west and north west marine plan areas.
Phil Haslam, Director of Operations at the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), discusses why it is bringing the issue of illegal fish supply chains to the table.
In April its two years since the East Marine Plan was published.
Monday Up early and I start the week with a 7:00am market inspection at North Shields Fish Auction Hall. I arrive to find fish being weighed and sorted into boxes by species ready for the auction at 7:30am. I use …
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) announce collaboration with the Natural Environmental Research Council (NERC).
Coastal Futures represents the task facing marine planning.
In the week the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) opened the €243m European Maritime Fisheries Fund (EMFF) in England. John Gargett, Communications Manager at the MMO, tells us a little about the scheme.