After receiving criticism for the Protecting our European way of life portfolio, the president-elect has changed the title less than one month before she is due to take office.
Climate change is making Arctic waters more accessible to vessels, raising the controversial prospect of industrial-scale fishing. Here's how world countries came together to protect the fragile Arctic ecosystem - for now.
"If you start fishing, you can destroy the ecosystem, or the balance of the organisms." This MOSAiC expedition scientist is mapping the hidden Arctic sea life
In Japanese, its name means chopped fish. But the Surimi that has been produced in Japan for a millennium is nothing like the industrial sticks sold in Europe.
Women play a key role in fishing and aquaculture, but often their work remains unrecognised and underpaid
Cultural stereotypes are why many women avoid working on large, commercial fishing vessels
Japan is to resume commercial whaling in July after leaving the International Whaling Commission
In less than 20 years, an Italian coastal area has transformed itself from a lawless wasteland into an international success story.
A stretch of coastline in southern Italy is leading the way in sustainability – with some surprising benefits.
Normally known for its skyscrapers and hotels, Dubai now houses the first urban fly fishing experience in the Middle East. Check it out in this feature of Adventures.
Small scale fisheries in Denmark are thriving after being threatened out of existence over the past decade.
How cooperatives helped small scale Danish fisheries save their communities.
Small, traditional boats have been essential to Danish fishermen for generations, but their future looks increasingly bleak.
Meet the fishermen fighting to preserve the tradition and learn what makes these boats special, in this 360° video.
Researchers are preparing a set of practical recommendations for policymakers and the industry on mitigating climate change effects. They’re also preparing a software tool that helps to manage fish stocks more efficiently.
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews' Denis Loctier explores how farmed fish could offer a more sustainable future.
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria.
The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of an EU trade deal with Morocco which includes fishing rights off the disputed coast of Western Sahara.
However, MEP`s were advised by Human Rights Watch to first take the matter to the European Court of Justice, as the UN does not recogn
We mark 100 days to the European elections with a profile of a first-time voter. Meanwhile in Strasbourg current MEPs vote on controversial fisheries deal, and Belgium is forced to confront its colonial past.
The measures Thailand has now adopted to satisfy the EU range from new rules to vessel monitoring systems and a satellite-based system of tracking the movements of fishing boats.
Thailand has begun intercepting and inspecting fishing boats far out at sea this year, one of many new measures to curb its dangerously high levels of overfishing.
Why did it take 3.5 years for Thailand to get rid of the EU’s illegal fishing 'yellow card'?
North Sea fishermen benefiting from improved catches
North Sea benefits from stricter regulations on fish "dumping"
French and British fishermen have said they will attend talks to quell a dispute over access to the scallop-rich seabed off the coast of Normandy in northern France.
Heatwave: Thousands of dead fish pulled from the River Rhine. Water authorities in Switzerland are struggling to save a number of species, most notably Grayling fish due to the rising heat affecting oxygen levels.
In parts of Europe the summer heatwave has been so bad, even the fish are dying.