fins on board all  . Vessels fishing in EU waters and .  Elsewhere on vessels that fly the flag of an EU Member State. It is also  to keep on board .  Transship or land shark fins from carcasses. Fins can only be after disembarking. Recently .  Some of the EU’s intertation forms an important part of the commitments made by  . The Commission following the European Citizens’ Initiative. Therefore .  The general objective of .  The possible legislative initiative .  For the last quarter of next year, should be to ensure greater protection of shark species, with two other more specific objectives: fishing pressure with the consumption and trade of shark fins; mitigate economic impacts for the EU fish Its objective will be to ensure that higher institutions can respond more quickly to the of the labor market and society, adapting or creating new transnational activities, which offer a guarantee of quality and are automatically

recognized throughout the

 This can be for example, by allowing the use of multi-institutional external quality assurance and a greater relationship between the recognition of these activities and quality assurance. Greater recognition and appreciation for career purposes and promotion of academic staff in deeper transnational cooperation will reinforce the European dimension of higher and take such transnational cooperation to a more level, for example by creating joint transnational programs lead Business Email List ing to the achievement of a joint European degree, including in the context of European university alliances. The initiative complements the research careers framework, as it supports academic staff and promotes the development of diverse, attractive and sustainable careers.eries sector active in this area. According to some assessments, more than a third of the existing shark species are with extinction. The decline in the shark population puts at risk the balance of marine ecosystems, which are essential for providing food and for

mitigating and adapting to climate change

 The growing demand for shark fins — considered a delicacy in some Asian countries — increases fishing pressure and undermines conservation efforts. The increased supply of shark meat harvested for its fins has contributed to the development of separate supply chains and a market for shark meat, particularly in Latin America. EU oper Arabia Email List ators participate in the global shark fin and meat markets. EU fisheries are responsible for around % of global shark catches and % of global exports of frozen shark fins, and current EU rules prohibit the removal of fins on board vessels but do not impede trade (inside and outside the EU) of fins cut after landing.As part of its work program for , the European Commission announced, within the scope of the sixth political priority – “A new impetus for European democracy” -, its intention to present a recommendation on inively protect children.

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