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Survey for fishers/aquaculture producers

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FARNET published a survey for fishers/aquaculture producers, as part of some research they are conducting on fisheries supply chains.

The survey is currently available in the following languages: English, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish.  This will take approximately 12 minutes to complete and most of the questions are multiple-choice and only estimates are required.

So, if you are a producer or a fisher, please complete the survey that can be found at the following link:

https://newcastlebusiness.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cHCZCVxWLfjK6Tc

Your participation is very much appreciated!


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Video recording of online EUMOFA Talk on new aquaculture technologies

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You can find here below the video recording of the Eumofa talk “Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU market”, that took place on December 7th 2021.

During this talk, the external experts emphasized on the  market impact of innovative aquaculture-related techniques and technologies and the perspectives offered by both  studies on integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) and recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS).


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Turkish salmon exports

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Record increase in Turkish salmon exports! From 56327000$ in 2020, to 137064058$ in the 11th month of 2021. Congratulations to everyone involved!


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EUMOFA Talk – Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU market

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On the 7th of December 2021, EUMOFA will organize the event “Impact of new aquaculture technologies: growth potential in the EU“, which will focus on the market impact of innovative and specific aquaculture-related techniques.

The event will be held online, from 10.00 a.m. to 11.45 a.m. (CET), on Zoom.

For details and registration link please access the following address:

https://www.eumofa.eu/eumofa-talk-7-december-2021-impact-of-new-aquaculture-technologies-growth-potential-in-the-eu


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The EU Fish Market – 2021 Edition

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The European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA) released the 2021 Edition of “The EU Fish Market”, which is available at the following link:

https://www.eumofa.eu/documents/20178/477018/EN_The+EU+fish+market_2021.pdf/27a6d912-a758-6065-c973-c1146ac93d30?t=1636964632989

This report contains an economic description of the European fishing and aquaculture industry and presents the main trends of import, export and production.


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NEWSLETTER 4

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The fourth DACIAT Newsletter, covering months 19-30 of implementation


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DACIAT Closing Conference – Tulcea, 17 September, 2021

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On the 17th of September 2021, the final conference of the DACIAT project took place. The event was hosted by Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development in Tulcea, Romania and it had a number of more than 50 participants, invited from academia, business and politics.

During the event there were presented the achievements of the project, the results obtained, the indicators achieved and the exchange of experience and knowledge shared between the partner countries.


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The third local dissemination event for stakeholders from Ukraine – Izmail, 10 September, 2021

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On September 10th 2021 Project Beneficiary 6 Agency of Sustainable Development and European Integration “Lower Danube Euroregion” held the 3rd local dissemination event, in Izmail (Ukraine). The aim of the event was to integrate relevant stakeholders in the DACIAT project implementation process and to provide consultation and feedback on the deliverables and outputs achieved.


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MULTIANNUAL NATIONAL STRATEGIC PLAN FOR AQUACULTURE 2021 – 2030 (ROMANIA)

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The Multiannual National Strategic Plan for Aquaculture 2021 – 2030 (Romania) has been published for public debate. The document was developed by the National Fisheries Agency and Aquaculture, following consultation with actors involved in aquaculture activities and the Advisory Committee on Fisheries of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

You can access the Multiannual National Strategic Plan for Aquaculture 2021 – 2030 at the following link:

http://www.anpa.ro/wp-content/uploads/file/Planul%20Strategic%20National%20Multianual%20pentru%20Acvacultura%202021%20-%202030.pdf


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The third local dissemination event for stakeholders from Greece – Komotini, 9 September, 2021

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The Region of Eastern Macedonia Thrace organized on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at the Chris and Eve Mansion Hotel in Komotini, the 3rd Local Dissemination Event, within the transnational project DACIAT BSB-461.

At the beginning of the event, the Deputy Head of the Development Planning Department of the AMTH Region and Project Manager Ms. Paraskevi Chouridou addressed an inaugural greeting and the representative of the Contractor Company Com n Com Roidou Konstantina presented the major deliverables and successful deliverables.
This was followed by speeches by specialized speakers on fish farming and an open discussion of companies with intervention and coordination by the expert on fish farming and aquaculture from the Region Mr. Ioannis Kyrkoudis, who also spoke about the future of the aquaculture sector. Problems have been identified, such as the reduction in the size and weight of fish and the fact that young people do not want to be involved in fishing, so the Fishermen’s average number varies with older people and people from other countries. Also, solutions and good practices from abroad were proposed and the most important findings of the 2nd local workshop with entrepreneurs on September 8 were analyzed.

Data on certification standards and breeding of various aquaculture species were provided. Also, following the 2nd local dissemination event, the problem of the intense growth of phytoplankton in the area of the Region was discussed

After the speeches, the attendees had the time to ask questions to the experts and through dialogue to give answers to the most critical problems.