In this edition of Ocean, Euronews meets those who have been directly affected by the cod fishing ban - and explores why its stocks are in decline.
UAE-farmed salmon, sea bream and amberjack are finding their way onto the plates of diners at Nobu and Zuma.
With the lifting of some restrictions in some areas of Europe anglers have been able to go fishing again. But experts are worried about the environmental impact
Europe's fishermen bring billions of euros to coastal economies but critics say unrestricted fishing threatens vulnerable species.
As fish are starting to adapt to their changing habitats, what is the impact on the industry?
Europe's fishing industry has been badly hit by the coronavirus. In this episode of Ocean Euronews' Denis Loctier meets French fisherman trying to survive the crisis and explores how Europe is supporting the battered sector.
Ocean speaks to Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, about how Europe's fishing sector will look post-COVID-19.
We travel to Ostend where Belgian fishermen are worried that their livelihoods are at risk as the EU and UK kick off trade talks.
EU coastal member states have just over a year to come up with plans to boost the marine economy while preserving coastal ecosystems for generations to come. We look at how they're doing it.
Join us in this immersive 360° experience onboard "Broodwinner" - a 29 metre beam trawler built in 1967 and used to train young fishermen in Belgium.
They say certain fishing methods are seeing the dolphins accidentally killed.
Changan Lake fishermen are safeguarding a Mongolian tradition of paying homage to the lake and awakening the fishing net.
"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