Report of the Twenty-fifth Session of the Committee on Fisheries: Rome, 24-28 February 2003, Volume 25
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Committee on Fisheries. Session, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Food & Agriculture Org., 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 88 pages
Conclusions of the 25th session of the Committee included: the need for a strategy to improve information on capture fisheries; reaffirmation of the need for global implementation of measures against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing; the importance of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and its related International Plans of Action (IPOAs) in promoting long-term sustainable development of fisheries; and identification of key priority work areas for 2004-05.
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agenda Alternate Permanent Representative approach to fisheries aquaculture aupres Capture Fisheries Chiyoda-ku Code of Conduct COFI Sub-Committee Committee on Fisheries Conduct for Responsible Conseiller conservation cooperation Deputy developing countries Director Director-General ecosystem approach Email Expert Consultation FAO Ambassade FAO Embajada FAO Embassy fish stocks Fish Trade fisheries and aquaculture Fisheries Department fisheries management Fisheries Ministry fisheries sector fishery resources food security global Greenpeace implementation Improving Information information on status IPOAs Italy Phone Italy Phone:+39 06 IUU fishing Japan Kasumigaseki la peche Lazzaro Spallanzani Major Programme 2.3 Marine Minato-Ku Ministry of Agriculture Ministry of Fisheries monitoring P.O. Box participation peche Pesca Phone:+1 Piazza San Calisto Plans of Action Programme 2.3 Fisheries proposed regional fishery organizations Republic Republica Republique Responsible Fisheries role Roma Rome security and poverty small-scale fisheries species status and trends Sub-Committee on Fish sustainable development Technical Consultation Trends of Capture trends of fisheries United Nations United Nations Secretary-General