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Greenpeace activists sink granite rocks from the "Beluga II". The activists use the boulders to protect the marine reserve Adlergrund from destruction by the bottom trawls of industrial fishermen. Fishermen plough through the seabed quite legally even in explicitly protected areas, thus destroying the ecosystem. Greenpeace Aktivistinnen versenken Granitgestein von Bord der „Beluga II“. Mit den Felsbrocken schützen die Aktivistinnen das Meeresschutzgebiet Adlergrund vor der Zerstörung durch die Grundschleppnetze der Industriefischer. Fischer durchpflügen den Meeresboden sogar in ausdrücklich geschützten Gebieten ganz legal und zerstören so das Ökosystem.

MMO accused of breach of trust over boulder dumping decision

The NFFO has slammed the Marine Management Organisation, accusing it of chickening out, after already having effectively won its legal case against Greenpeace for dumping boulders on fishing grounds. ‘The…

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Read more about the article New rules for 2021 could cripple English seafood exports
Exports of live shellfish are particularly vulnerable and require frictionless transport links

New rules for 2021 could cripple English seafood exports

A group of the English fishing industry’s big names have written to Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs George Eustice to set out serious concerns over MMO…

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Read more about the article From the sea to the door
The MMO has opened applications for the new Domestic Seafood Supply Scheme, funding projects to help seafood businesses in England increase the supply of local seafood to domestic markets

From the sea to the door

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is accepting applications for projects that support domestic sales of locally-caught fish and shellfish from now to Monday 11th May under a a new grant…

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