On the day the MMO publish their Annual Sea Fisheries Statistics, Lisa Richardson (MMO, Senior Statistical Officer) tells us a little about the work that goes into preparing the statistics.
Today is #TalkLikeAPirateDay and I wanted to share some information on the work the IUU team do to implement the IUU Regulation on behalf of the UK and prevent illegally caught fish from coming across our border.
The MMO’s involvement in the Thames Tideway Tunnel project represents a new approach, not only in how we work with marine licensing applicants but also in some of the methods being used to construct the development.
The MMO is working with the Port of London Authority to limit duplication for businesses seeking to carry out development in the Thames.
As human activities in the marine area increase so does underwater noise. Understanding and mitigating the impact of this is an important part of the sustainable development of our seas and protecting the marine environment for future generations.
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 …
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.
In April its two years since the East Marine Plan was published.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) announce collaboration with the Natural Environmental Research Council (NERC).