Aquaculture News From Europe

  Last Updated: Tuesday 8th of February 2011 10:36:00 PM +0800HKT

Traditional fisheries may no longer be the world’s most important provider of fish. A new United Nations report shows that fish farming or aquaculture may soon lead fish production.

  Last Updated: Tuesday 8th of February 2011 10:35:00 PM +0800HKT

Environment Minister Roseanna Cunningham met today with European Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki, to highlight Scotland's successful aquaculture industry.

  Last Updated: Thursday 3rd of February 2011 08:14:00 AM +0800HKT

Armenian prime minister Tigran Sarkisian told a Cabinet session today that the government will hire European Union experts to asses Armenia’s fishing farms and find out whether they are ready to comply with European certification requirements.

  Last Updated: Wednesday 2nd of February 2011 08:33:00 AM +0800HKT

The Norwegian Research Council has announced a revised programme of R&D in aquaculture, which puts the emphasis on ensuring that the industry is developed in a way that is sustainable.

  Last Updated: Thursday 9th of December 2010 07:51:00 PM +0800HKT

Thousands of fish have been relocated into parts of the River Trent affected by a pollution incident 14 months ago.