Uncovering the EU member states most responsible for setting fishing quotas above scientific advice Griffin Carpenter New Economics Foundation Fisheries ministers are risking the sustainability of fish stocks by consistently setting fishing limits above scientific advice. This is our sixth and final year running a series of briefings to identify which Member States are standing […]

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When it comes to seafood the current crisis is one of oversupply, not undersupply. The sight of empty supermarket shelves has obviously caused panic and desperation for many people. For some domestic food producers though, it’s caused confusion. Those who have surplus product but no market now that pubs, restaurants, and some export markets have shut. When […]

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New Economics Foundation – Chris Williams ‘We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.’ This quote from Albert Einstein is worth considering in our collective response to the nature and climate crisis. Whether its fires in the Amazon and Australia, Hurricanes in the Bahamas or flooding in Yorkshire and Venice, evidence of the scale and urgency […]

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