28. February 2017
For a number of years, Nofima has been taking catch damage records, in which the quality of cod is recorded at the time of delivery. The trend shows that the quality has improved in recent years. 65 per cent good quality The latest measurements from 2016 have yet to be reported but have formed the […]
25. January 2017
The aim of the project is to map and identify criteria that affects the duration and quality of coastal zone planning processes.
1. January 2017
The colour of the fillet can mean make or break for Norwegian producers trying to enter the Japanese market with pre-processed mackerel fillets.
20. December 2016
All available data on the aquaculture industry relating to environmental, economic and social repercussions is to be collated andmade available in a web portal that presents the industry’s sustainability.
7. November 2016
Scientists from Nofima and SINTEF are currently collating the available data – positive and negative – on the aquaculture industry relating to environmental, economic and social repercussions. The information will be made available in a web portal that presents the industry’s sustainability.
3. November 2016
The administration of the aquaculture industry is complicated and prevents a good overarching management of the sector. A new report, which is based on in-depth interviews with a number of representatives from government and industry, recommends a simplification of this structure.
25. October 2016
Nofima has evaluated the introduction of the new landing regulations for the Norwegian fishing industry, and found several factors that are not functioning satisfactorily.
19. October 2016
Many of the benefits that people get from nature are priceless. Others represent large monetary values. How do you measure all these values when plans are to be made for management of the coastal zone? And based on which criteria do you prioritize between divergent interests?
13. October 2016
Since 2005, production costs in the Norwegian fish farming sector have risen by almost 90 percent, according to a new report by Nofima and Kontali analyse.
12. October 2016
A new European standard allows small fishing companies to perform self-assessment of the sustainability of their catches. The standard can help companies in documenting environmental, social and economic sustainability, and give estimates of the emission of CO2 per kg caught fish.