Hi, I am Dr Emily Hardman. I’m an “Integrated Marine Management Manager” for the Blue Belt Programme. It’s my role to help develop, deliver and support an Integrated Marine Management system for the UK Overseas Territories.
Changes to the marine licence application system to help people to work out whether they need consent and in some cases obtain a self-service licence online.
On the 6 July 2017 the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) had the pleasure of attending a gala dinner at the public sector paperless awards at the Royal Garden Hotel Kensington.
Trinity House sea cadets visit to Northumberland IFCA The evening of 2 May 2017 saw Patrick Gray and Martin Arris, Marine Enforcement Officer's (MEO) from North Shields support a marine event
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it’s much quieter than usual on this blog.
The recent round of engagement as part of the development of the North West, North East, South West and South East marine plans was concluded on 31 March 2017.
At the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) science plays a big part in all our work and access to high quality and up to date marine evidence is critical. Our two new NERC Knowledge Fellows, Dr Jacqui Tweddle and Dr Katherine …
Guy Ellis is part of an MMO team of 3 statisticians, providing analysis and advice to quota managers, industry and policy makers.
The MMO is seeking to continue work with the fishing industry on the Fully Documented Fisheries (FDF) scheme – looking at ways of tackling the problem of discarding fish.
Last week the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) was proud to take part in the brilliant Great British Spring Clean.
In the second of our series of EMFF Focus On’s and to coincide with National Apprenticeship week 6 March 2017 we focus on Whitby and District Fishing Industry Training School.