During anglin competition "Troć Iny" (Goleniów, Poland), Green Federation GAJA will present the idea and mission of the CATCH project.
The article about the CATCH project was published in the latest issue of "Fischerei und Fischmarkt MV".
You missed the CATCH Mid-term conference? You participated, yet want to recall the sessions and discussions? A comprehensive conference report is now available online.
The article about the CATCH project and its latest Mid-Term Conference "The Future of Sustainable Coastal Angling Tourism" was published in the "Kurier Szczeciński" popular regional newspaper of the Western Pomerania in Poland. It is possible to dowload the article (in Polish language) from our page here.
Networking, learning and discussing the future of Baltic Sea tourism with stakeholders from around the Baltic Sea – this was the objective of the 10th Baltic Sea Tourism Forum (BSTF) in Turku, Finland (2-3 November 2017).
On November 8, 2017 the Mid-Term Conference "The Future of Sustainable Coastal Angling Tourism" was held in Peenemunde, Germany. The conference gathered participants representing fishing, tourism, authorities, scientific and non-governmental organisations.
Last week, two CATCH events took place in Peenemünde (Germany): bilateral CATCH stakeholder (workshop (7.11) & The Mid-Term Conference (8.11)
The Maritime Economy Forum is a modern platform for exchanging experience and knowledge, stimulating creative discussions and meetings of specialists from different branches of the maritime economy.
Register now for the CATCH Mid-Term Conference. The conference is scheduled for Wednesday, 8 November 2017, and will take place in Peenemünde, Germany. The conference is free of charge, registrations will be taken until 25 October.
The movie “Heeringas” presents data from fieldwork conducted in four EU Baltic States: Denmark, Estonia, Finland and Sweden. The research focused on the (non-economic!) value of Baltic herring today, placing it within its environmental, sociocultural, and governance contexts.