The new Data Collection Framework Regulation must include the mandatory requirement to collect data on all aquaculture production.

Brussels - Members of the European Parliament have sent their strongest message yet to the European Commission to address the issue of plastic microbeads in personal care products.

Brussels - Seas At Risk, in partnership with the Deep Sea Conservation Coalition, hosted a multi-stakeholder event to explore the present status and future of deep sea mining.

London - The shipping sector’s response to the Paris climate agreement was left in disarray after governments attending a meeting of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) today were unable to even agree on a work plan to develop a shipping ‘fair share’ contribution to the goal of limiting temperature increases to 1.5/2°C.

Brussels – The EU’s Fisheries Committee today adopted its report on the Data Collection Framework regulation (DCF), an effort that was designed to improve the information behind the Common Fisheries Policy.

Shipping’s only legally binding climate measure is not stimulating the uptake of new technologies or driving efficiency improvements, according to a new independent study.

The Baltic Multi Annual Plan process was meant to be the first step in better fisheries management - this blog from Seas At Risk Executive Director Monica Verbeek suggests it has not gone to plan


Brussels - Statement by Seas At Risk and Transport & Environment as new secretary-general of International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Kitack Lim meets with EU Environment and Transport Commissioners

Brussels – Seas At Risk is supporting a campaign recently launched in the European Parliament by a group of MEPs led by the British MEP Catherine Bearder, which is calling on the Commission and Council to take action on the issue of microplastic pollution.

The European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) this week launched a new report on ‘Marine Sustainability in an age of changing Oceans and Seas’.