EU urged to use science to rebuild stocks

Lasse Gustavsson: “European fisheries ministers must stop ignoring scientific advice and definitely abandon the political short-term perspective”

Oceana has urged the Agriculture and Fisheries Council of the EU to rebuild Baltic stocks by prioritising science and long-term sustainability over politics, reminding the Council that it is legally bound to return fisheries to sustainable levels before 2020.

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