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  1. Fisheries and Fisheries AreasIan Lawler BIM

  2. SWOT Analysis – Key Themes Fisheries Implementation of new CFP – Landing Obligation, MSY Matching fleet to available resources Managing inshore fisheries Protection of marine environment & biodiversity

  3. Obligation to Land / Matching Fleet • Selective Fishing Gear • Transition to discard ban • Adjust fleet to match resources • Maximising value of opportunities • Reducing costs – fuel/CO2

  4. Inshore Fisheries / Marine Environment • 80% of fleet, 50% of employment • Absence of representative structures • Lack of information on activities • Limited Management • Frequently operate in Natura 2000 areas • Need to ensure compliance with Directives

  5. SWOT Analysis – Key Themes Fisheries Areas Enhance role of FLAGs Develop new support mechanisms Improve access to skills development Protection of marine environment & biodiversity

  6. Enhance Role / Develop New Mechanisms • Widen existing role of FLAGs - Inshore • Networking with other FLAGs • Platform to address challenges • Support communities • Coherent development of marine tourism • Enhance local seafood activity – micro enterprises

  7. Skills Access / Marine Environment • Develop new skills, employment opportunities and businesses • Develop confidence, broaden economic base demonstrate innovation & sustainability • Complement other supports • Natura 2000 & inshore fisheries

  8. Fisheries – The EMFF Toolbox Fleet Development Measure Facilitate adoption of more selective or lower impact gear Transition to discard ban Adjust fleet Improve efficiency & quality Improve safety Encourage young entrants

  9. Fisheries & Fisheries Areas – The EMFF Toolbox Fisheries Development Measure Improve knowledge Develop lower impact & more selective gear Determine nature & extent of fishing impacts Find ways to utilise what were formerly discards Strengthen & enhance FLAGs Strengthen coastal communities Diversification & training

  10. Fisheries & Fisheries Areas – The EMFF Toolbox CFP Implementation Measure Facilitate adoption of more selective or lower impact gear Transition to discard ban

  11. Fisheries – Fleet Development Measure • Fleet Safety Scheme (de minimis) • Fleet Modernisation Scheme • Energy Efficiency (39) • Reduce impact on marine environment (36) • Added value, quality & discards (40) • Health & Safety (33)

  12. Fisheries – Fleet Development Measure • Young Fishermen’s Scheme • Start up support for young fishermen (32a) • Fleet Adjustment Scheme • Permanent cessation of fishing activities (33b)

  13. Fisheries – Fisheries Development Measure • Sustainable Development of Fisheries Scheme • Innovation (28) • Advisory Services (29) • Partnerships between scientists and fishermen (30) • Mutual funds for adverse climatic events and environmental incidents (33c) • Support to systems of allocation of fishing opportunities (34) • Support for the design & implementation of conservation measures (35) • Reduce impact on marine environment (36) • Innovation linked to the conservation of marine biological resources (37) • Protection and restoration of marine biodiversity & ecosystems (38) • Added value, product quality and use of unwanted catches (40)

  14. Fisheries – Fisheries Development Measure • Community Development Scheme • Implementation of local development strategies (65) • Co-operation activities (66) • Promoting human capital and social dialogue (31b & c) • Diversification & new forms of income (32)

  15. Fisheries – CFP Implementation Measure • CFP Implementation Scheme • Support for the design & implementation of conservation measures (35) • Reduce impact on marine environment (36) • Innovation linked to the conservation of marine biological resources (37) • Protection and restoration of marine biodiversity & ecosystems (38) • Added value, product quality and use of unwanted catches (40)

  16. Thank You