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Food for thought from French scientists for a revised EU Common Fisheries Policy to protect marine ecosystems and enhance fisheries performance
Drouineau, H.; Moullec, F.; Gascuel, D.; Laloë, F.; Lucas, S.; Bez, N.; Guillotreau, P.; Guitton, J.; Hernvann, P.-Y.; Huret, M.; Lehuta, S.; Léopold, M.; Mahévas, S.; Robert, M.; Woillez, M.; Vermard, Y. (2023). Food for thought from French scientists for a revised EU Common Fisheries Policy to protect marine ecosystems and enhance fisheries performance. Mar. Policy 148: 105460.
In: Marine Policy. Elsevier: UK. ISSN 0308-597X; e-ISSN 1872-9460, meer
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  • Drouineau, H.
  • Moullec, F., meer
  • Gascuel, D.
  • Laloë, F.
  • Lucas, S.
  • Bez, N.
  • Guillotreau, P.
  • Guitton, J.
  • Hernvann, P.-Y.
  • Huret, M.
  • Lehuta, S.
  • Léopold, M.
  • Mahévas, S.
  • Robert, M.
  • Woillez, M.
  • Vermard, Y.

    Since the 1980s, the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) has shaped European fisheries. It has often been criticised for being too prescriptive and, above all, for failing to protect either fishermen or ecosystems. The last reform dates back to the early 2010 s and has led to a slight but slow improvement in the state of ecosystems. Given that the CFP is in the process of evaluation, a group of French fishery scientists set up an initiative to add to the debate on what should be retained, reinforced or added to a possible new reform. This initiative came 10 years after a previous manifesto that presented their vision for fisheries in Europe. Four major issues emerged from the current initiative: (1) a need for transparency and simplification in fisheries management, (2) a need for more consultation and dialogue between stakeholders, (3) the urgency of the situation in the Mediterranean Sea, and (4) the necessity of putting into practice all research developments for an ecosystem approach to fisheries. Compared to 10 years ago, the response of scientists shows that the focus is no longer on achieving the maximum sustainable yield, but rather on the following steps to protect ecosystems and fisheries. An ecosystem approach to fisheries remains indispensable for both ecosystems and fishing activities. To this end, scientists put forward numerous proposals to improve the CFP, acknowledging that the final solutions should emerge from consultation with stakeholders. Climate change, an issue raised much more than in the manifest, reinforces the need to act.

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