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.
On the 29th of August 2017 the EU Commission presented a proposal to ban all fishing for eel in the Baltic Sea. Baltic environmental NGO's (members of [...]
A bilateral workshop between the Interreg South Baltic projects /CATCH/ and /Fish Markets/ took place at the University of Greifswald, Germany.
Between end of July and beginning of August the members of the Green Federation GAJA participated in the Fish Day in Hel and the final of the Tall Ship Races in Szczecin.
The new "Meer & Küste" (Sea & Coast) magazine has been published by The Coastal Union Germany (EUCC-D). With this informational magazine the EUCC-D seeks to inform [...]
The partners of the European project "CATCH - Coastal Angling Tourism - a development chance for the South Baltic Region" cordially invite you to take part in [...]
From 7-8 June the partners of the CATCH met in Szczecin, Poland. During the meeting the consortium discussed concrete work steps and project milestones and enjoy a [...]
Upcoming meeting of the CATCH project partners will take place in Szczecin between 7 and 8th of June 2017.
The Coastal Union Germany (EUCC-D) organized the first stakeholder meeting within the case study area of Peenemünde. Representatives of all involved interest groups participated and a regional network for the further development of a sustainable coastal angling tourism was established.
On March 20th 2017 in Szczecin (Poland), the meeting was held about the implementationof the CATCH project in Poland organized by Green Federation "GAJA" - the Polish project partner. Nearly 60 people involved in the local angling/fishing and tourism industry.
The CATCH project conducts a survey, which deals specifically with the requirements and expectations of coastal anglers. By taking part in the survey you make an important contribution to the success of the CATCH project!