NSAC advice is developed and approved by the Members of the NSAC. It is produced by following set guidelines for the development and publication of papers. Our advice — and responses to it — is searchable below.

Note that the European Commission is not involved in the development or approval of NSAC advice and is not responsible for any use of the information contained within it.

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17-2122 NSAC Advice on decarbonisation of fishing fleet 2021/22 Published
16-2122 NSAC Advice on the Fisheries regulation in five Danish Natura 2000 sites in the North Sea and Skagerrak 2021/22 Published
15-2122 NWWAC/NSAC Request for harmonisation of skates and rays identification guides on an EU wide basis 2021/22 Published Response
14-2122 NSAC Advice on Eel management in inland waters 2021/22 Published Response
13-2122 Joint-AC letter on bringing fisheries matters through to Specialized Committee for Fisheries (SCF) via existing advisory bodies (ACs) 2021/22 Published
12-2122 NSAC/NWWAC Advice on Skates and Rays 2021/22 Published
11-2122 NSAC Letter on Technical regulation in the Norwegian EEZ 2021/22 Published
10-2122 NSAC Advice on CFP Report 2021/22 Published
09-2122 NSAC/NWWAC Advice on Eel management 2021/22 Published Response
08-2122 NSAC Advice on AIS/VMS 2021/22 Published Response
07 -2122 Joint-AC letter on stakeholder engagement in Specialised Fisheries Committee 2021/22 Published Response
06-2122 NSAC Advice to Scheveningen Group on Discard Plan 2023 2021/22 Published
05-2122 NSAC and NWWAC joint Advice on MSFD Review 2021/22 Published Response
04-2122 NSAC/NWWAC Letter on current fuel crisis 2021/22 Published Response
03-2122 Joint AC Letter on weight of ACs advice consultations 2021/22 Published Response

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