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    • PURPOSE: to establish a Union framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy.

      PROPOSED ACT: Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council.

      ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: the European Parliament decides in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure and on an equal footing with the Council.

      BACKGROUND: a number of amendments are to be made to Council Regulation (EC) No 199/2008 concerning the establishment of a Community framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy. In the interests of clarity, that Regulation should be recast.

      Data collection is essential for the implementation of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), as a basis for founding it on the best possible scientific advice.

      Data are needed to evaluate the state of fish stocks, the profitability of the different segments of the sector and the effects of fisheries and aquaculture on the ecosystem. Data are also needed to evaluate EU policies.

      For this reason, an EU framework for the collection and management of fisheries data was established in 2000, and then reformed in 2008 resulting in the Data Collection Framework (DCF).

      The 2013 reform of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) by Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013 needs to be matched by adaptations in the supporting scientific advice and therefore the data needed for it. This is particularly relevant in order to achieve maximum sustainable yield (MSY) at the latest by 2020, to manage fisheries taking account of their impacts on the ecosystem, and to gradually introduce a landing obligation. The reform of the CFP also requires changes in the way data are obtained, e.g. regionalisation and devolution of tasks from the European Union to Member States in the context of regional cooperation.

      The revision of the DCF is part of the Commission's Regulatory Fitness Programme (REFIT) which seeks to cut red tape and remove regulatory burden.

      CONTENT: the changes to be made to the rules laid down in Council Regulation (EC) No 199/2008 are essential because of the new needs arising from the CFP reform. The proposal retains the key provisions of the current system: the establishment of an EU Multi-annual Programme, to be implemented by national Data Collection plans; key obligations in the form of commitments by Member States in relation to collection, storage, protection and provision of data; provisions on rights and obligations of end-users of data; and provisions on cooperation within and between Member States, as well as with and between scientific and management bodies. 

      The proposed modifications compared to the current DCF Regulation are presented as follows:

      • remove overlaps and seeking synergies between EU legislations and reducing costs of the entire system of marine data. The DCF will only create data collection obligations insofar as they are not already covered by other EU legislation;
      • maximise synergies with environmental law: the current DCF does not provide sufficient data on some ecosystem impacts of fisheries which are however required for implementing efficiently the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This is the case of incidental catches of protected species (birds, marine mammals, turtles etc.), effects on food webs (predator-prey relations), and the impact of fishing on habitats;
      • reduce the level of prescriptions set at EU level without compromising data quality: the legislation should be more result-oriented and leave more flexibility to Member States regarding implementation. By ensuring more and earlier involvement of the Member States, in the context of regional cooperation, on decision making about methodologies to be followed or quality targets to be met, the DCF can be greatly simplified and the data collection system made more flexible;
      • reduce the details decided by or reported to the Commission: currently, national programmes describe in great detail what will be done, how and by whom in each Member State. The objective is to reduce this significantly. With the move away from triennial to multi-annual EU and national programmes, Member States will be in a position to plan their work over a longer period;
      • collect once, use several times: the Commission proposes, as a first proposal, to make the DCF the main legal instrument by which Member States are to provide any data necessary to data users (end-users and other interested parties), whatever the source of the legal obligation under which data are collected (DCF or any other EU legislation). The second proposal should enhance cooperation between Member States to develop compatible data storage and exchange systems and formats in line with those agreed under Directive 2007/2/EC and promote compatibility between data formats used under other Union legislation.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS:  none which are not already foreseen in the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF).

      DELEGATED ACTS: the proposal contains provisions empowering the Commission to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 290 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

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    • The Committee on Fisheries adopted the report by Marco AFFRONTE (EFDD, IT) on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the establishment of a Union framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy (recast).

      The committee recommended that Parliament’s position adopted in first reading following the ordinary legislative procedure should amend the Commission proposal as follows:

      Objectives: Members specified that the regulation should establish rules on the collection, management, and use of biological, technical, environmental, social and economic data concerning the fisheries sector with a view to contributing to the objectives of the Common Fisheries Policy set out in Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013.

      Establishment of an EU multiannual programme: only one programme will be in force for the Union. This does not affect the ability of the Commission to amend the programme. When setting out the multiannual programme, the Commission should bear in mind:

      • the information needs for the management and efficient implementation of the Common Fisheries Policy, including the needs for ecosystem-based fisheries management, the impact of recreational fisheries and the needs of the CFP where those information needs overlap with other legal acts such as the Marine Strategy Framework Directive, the Integrated Maritime Policy and the Birds and Habitats Directives;
      • the need for and relevance of comprehensive and reliable data of good quality for decisions on fisheries management and protection of ecosystems including vulnerable species and habitats;
      • the need for harmonised data that are in line with correct, standardised statistical principles that make it possible to assess the impact on ecosystems and fish stocks and that are taken into account for management at regional level;
      • the need for simplification and to avoid duplication of data collection,
      • the need for data to cover data-deficient fisheries,
      • the need to collect information on fleets that have not yet been covered.

      Content of the multi-annual Union programme: multi-annual Union programmes shall establish:

      • thresholds below which it is not mandatory for Member States to collect data or carry out research surveys, based on their fishing and aquaculture activities;
      • data on fish stocks and their conservation and management;
      • the quantifiable targets required for the implementation of the multiannual plans referred to in Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, such as fishing mortality rates and spawning stock biomass;
      • ecosystem data to assess the impact of Union fisheries on the marine ecosystem in Union and external waters, including data on by-catch of non-target species, in particular species protected under international or Union law, data on impacts of fisheries on marine habitats and data on impacts of fisheries on food webs, obtained, inter alia, by analysing catches and vulnerable marine areas such as nursery areas and Posidonia seabeds (marine seagrasses);
      • data on the Union fleet and its activity in Union and external waters;
      • socio-economic data on fisheries, including recreational fisheries;
      • socio-economic data on the fish and aquaculture product processing sector.

      The list of mandatory research surveys shall be drawn up taking into account the following requirements:

      • information needs for the management of the Common Fisheries Policy, including compliance with Union environmental legislation, in particular the objective of achieving good environmental status by 2020;
      • information needs for the evaluation of conservation measures;
      • information which is necessary in order to terminate or adjust emergency measures when they have initially been based on the precautionary principle.

      National work plans: Member States' work plans shall contain a detailed description of the following:

      • the format and time  data are to be delivered to end users, taking into consideration deadlines provided for data calls;
      • the type of data collected for control purposes and the type of data collected in the framework of the Regulation.

      In preparing their work plan, Member States shall endeavour to cooperate closely with regional authorities and shall coordinate their efforts with other Member States, notably in the same marine region. Data collection activities and methods shall be such as to ensure that it is possible for data to be compared and integrated at least at regional level.

      National correspondents: Member States shall ensure that their national correspondent is sufficiently trained and experienced, has a sufficient mandate to represent its Member State in the expert group meetings, and can negotiate on task sharing with regard to sampling, analysis and scientific surveys.

      Coordination and cooperation: Member States shall make every effort to coordinate their actions with third countries which have sovereignty or jurisdiction over waters in the same marine region.

      Members introduced an amendment defining the tasks of the Regional Co-ordination Groups so that they might plan their activities.

      Approval of  work plans: the Commission shall adopt implementing acts approving the work plans by 31 December of the year preceding the year from which the work plan is to apply.

      Access to the sampling sites and data sources: with regard to data collection, the Commission shall, five years from the entry into force of the Regulation, set up a single European database in order to simplify and facilitate data analysis at European level.

      Collection of data in the context of scientific advice: when the Commission seeks scientific advice from a competent scientific body, it shall inform in due time the European Parliament and the Council and shall forward to them a copy of the request submitted to the scientific body concerned.

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    • PURPOSE: to establish a Union framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy.

      PROPOSED ACT: Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council.

      ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: the European Parliament decides in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure and on an equal footing with the Council.

      BACKGROUND: a number of amendments are to be made to Council Regulation (EC) No 199/2008 concerning the establishment of a Community framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy. In the interests of clarity, that Regulation should be recast.

      Data collection is essential for the implementation of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), as a basis for founding it on the best possible scientific advice.

      Data are needed to evaluate the state of fish stocks, the profitability of the different segments of the sector and the effects of fisheries and aquaculture on the ecosystem. Data are also needed to evaluate EU policies.

      For this reason, an EU framework for the collection and management of fisheries data was established in 2000, and then reformed in 2008 resulting in the Data Collection Framework (DCF).

      The 2013 reform of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) by Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013 needs to be matched by adaptations in the supporting scientific advice and therefore the data needed for it. This is particularly relevant in order to achieve maximum sustainable yield (MSY) at the latest by 2020, to manage fisheries taking account of their impacts on the ecosystem, and to gradually introduce a landing obligation. The reform of the CFP also requires changes in the way data are obtained, e.g. regionalisation and devolution of tasks from the European Union to Member States in the context of regional cooperation.

      The revision of the DCF is part of the Commission's Regulatory Fitness Programme (REFIT) which seeks to cut red tape and remove regulatory burden.

      CONTENT: the changes to be made to the rules laid down in Council Regulation (EC) No 199/2008 are essential because of the new needs arising from the CFP reform. The proposal retains the key provisions of the current system: the establishment of an EU Multi-annual Programme, to be implemented by national Data Collection plans; key obligations in the form of commitments by Member States in relation to collection, storage, protection and provision of data; provisions on rights and obligations of end-users of data; and provisions on cooperation within and between Member States, as well as with and between scientific and management bodies. 

      The proposed modifications compared to the current DCF Regulation are presented as follows:

      • remove overlaps and seeking synergies between EU legislations and reducing costs of the entire system of marine data. The DCF will only create data collection obligations insofar as they are not already covered by other EU legislation;
      • maximise synergies with environmental law: the current DCF does not provide sufficient data on some ecosystem impacts of fisheries which are however required for implementing efficiently the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This is the case of incidental catches of protected species (birds, marine mammals, turtles etc.), effects on food webs (predator-prey relations), and the impact of fishing on habitats;
      • reduce the level of prescriptions set at EU level without compromising data quality: the legislation should be more result-oriented and leave more flexibility to Member States regarding implementation. By ensuring more and earlier involvement of the Member States, in the context of regional cooperation, on decision making about methodologies to be followed or quality targets to be met, the DCF can be greatly simplified and the data collection system made more flexible;
      • reduce the details decided by or reported to the Commission: currently, national programmes describe in great detail what will be done, how and by whom in each Member State. The objective is to reduce this significantly. With the move away from triennial to multi-annual EU and national programmes, Member States will be in a position to plan their work over a longer period;
      • collect once, use several times: the Commission proposes, as a first proposal, to make the DCF the main legal instrument by which Member States are to provide any data necessary to data users (end-users and other interested parties), whatever the source of the legal obligation under which data are collected (DCF or any other EU legislation). The second proposal should enhance cooperation between Member States to develop compatible data storage and exchange systems and formats in line with those agreed under Directive 2007/2/EC and promote compatibility between data formats used under other Union legislation.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS:  none which are not already foreseen in the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF).

      DELEGATED ACTS: the proposal contains provisions empowering the Commission to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 290 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

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    • The Committee on Fisheries adopted the report by Marco AFFRONTE (EFDD, IT) on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the establishment of a Union framework for the collection, management and use of data in the fisheries sector and support for scientific advice regarding the Common Fisheries Policy (recast).

      The committee recommended that Parliament’s position adopted in first reading following the ordinary legislative procedure should amend the Commission proposal as follows:

      Objectives: Members specified that the regulation should establish rules on the collection, management, and use of biological, technical, environmental, social and economic data concerning the fisheries sector with a view to contributing to the objectives of the Common Fisheries Policy set out in Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013.

      Establishment of an EU multiannual programme: only one programme will be in force for the Union. This does not affect the ability of the Commission to amend the programme. When setting out the multiannual programme, the Commission should bear in mind:

      • the information needs for the management and efficient implementation of the Common Fisheries Policy, including the needs for ecosystem-based fisheries management, the impact of recreational fisheries and the needs of the CFP where those information needs overlap with other legal acts such as the Marine Strategy Framework Directive, the Integrated Maritime Policy and the Birds and Habitats Directives;
      • the need for and relevance of comprehensive and reliable data of good quality for decisions on fisheries management and protection of ecosystems including vulnerable species and habitats;
      • the need for harmonised data that are in line with correct, standardised statistical principles that make it possible to assess the impact on ecosystems and fish stocks and that are taken into account for management at regional level;
      • the need for simplification and to avoid duplication of data collection,
      • the need for data to cover data-deficient fisheries,
      • the need to collect information on fleets that have not yet been covered.

      Content of the multi-annual Union programme: multi-annual Union programmes shall establish:

      • thresholds below which it is not mandatory for Member States to collect data or carry out research surveys, based on their fishing and aquaculture activities;
      • data on fish stocks and their conservation and management;
      • the quantifiable targets required for the implementation of the multiannual plans referred to in Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, such as fishing mortality rates and spawning stock biomass;
      • ecosystem data to assess the impact of Union fisheries on the marine ecosystem in Union and external waters, including data on by-catch of non-target species, in particular species protected under international or Union law, data on impacts of fisheries on marine habitats and data on impacts of fisheries on food webs, obtained, inter alia, by analysing catches and vulnerable marine areas such as nursery areas and Posidonia seabeds (marine seagrasses);
      • data on the Union fleet and its activity in Union and external waters;
      • socio-economic data on fisheries, including recreational fisheries;
      • socio-economic data on the fish and aquaculture product processing sector.

      The list of mandatory research surveys shall be drawn up taking into account the following requirements:

      • information needs for the management of the Common Fisheries Policy, including compliance with Union environmental legislation, in particular the objective of achieving good environmental status by 2020;
      • information needs for the evaluation of conservation measures;
      • information which is necessary in order to terminate or adjust emergency measures when they have initially been based on the precautionary principle.

      National work plans: Member States' work plans shall contain a detailed description of the following:

      • the format and time  data are to be delivered to end users, taking into consideration deadlines provided for data calls;
      • the type of data collected for control purposes and the type of data collected in the framework of the Regulation.

      In preparing their work plan, Member States shall endeavour to cooperate closely with regional authorities and shall coordinate their efforts with other Member States, notably in the same marine region. Data collection activities and methods shall be such as to ensure that it is possible for data to be compared and integrated at least at regional level.

      National correspondents: Member States shall ensure that their national correspondent is sufficiently trained and experienced, has a sufficient mandate to represent its Member State in the expert group meetings, and can negotiate on task sharing with regard to sampling, analysis and scientific surveys.

      Coordination and cooperation: Member States shall make every effort to coordinate their actions with third countries which have sovereignty or jurisdiction over waters in the same marine region.

      Members introduced an amendment defining the tasks of the Regional Co-ordination Groups so that they might plan their activities.

      Approval of  work plans: the Commission shall adopt implementing acts approving the work plans by 31 December of the year preceding the year from which the work plan is to apply.

      Access to the sampling sites and data sources: with regard to data collection, the Commission shall, five years from the entry into force of the Regulation, set up a single European database in order to simplify and facilitate data analysis at European level.

      Collection of data in the context of scientific advice: when the Commission seeks scientific advice from a competent scientific body, it shall inform in due time the European Parliament and the Council and shall forward to them a copy of the request submitted to the scientific body concerned.

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