EU: EU to conserve deep sea fisheries
The first ever regulations for limiting the catch of threatened species of deep sea fish have been "politically" agreed by EU ministers. If formally adopted and then accepted by the European Parliament, the legislation will set total allowable catches for black scabbardfish, blue ling, greater silver smelt, ling, orange roughy, red seabream, roundnose, grenadier and tusk, all of which feature on many sea-fish menus.
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