“Our message is being heard loud and clear” Anthony Debono on setting up and stepping down
At the last Annual General Meeting Anthony Debono, founder and chairperson of fish4tomorrow, stepped down after an exciting and prosperous 8-year run. I sat down with him to get the full story, his…
NGOs Raise Serious Concerns Regarding the Suspected Malpractices by the Maltese Fishing Authorities in Letter to Karmenu Vella
fish4tomorrow has joined other environmental NGOs, including the WWF, Environmental Justice Foundation, Oceana Europe and ClientEarth in issuing a joint letter to the EU Commissioner for Fisheries,…
fish4tomorrow Calls for Investigation of Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture Following Bribery Allegations
On the 12th January 2019, Spanish media outlet El Confidencial published a report which included phone transcripts between the Director of the Department of Fisheries and Agriculture, Andreina…
From Our Sea Craft Beer Edition - Il-Pup Valletta
Our first From Our Sea event of 2017 was slightly different to any others we've had so far. We moved away from the usual restaurant and wine set up and headed to Il-Pup. Here we paired our pub-style…
Zero Tolerance Approach Needed towards Fish Farm Illegalities
fish4tomorrow is concerned by the Planning Authority’s decision to suspend their decision on revoking permits for local fish farms on the 6th September 2016. fish4tomorrow is calling for fish farm…
From our sea - Grabiel, Marsascala
After an eight month hiatus we revived the From Our Sea series by heading down to Grabiel in Marsascala. We chose Grabiel because of its long-standing reputation as a place where you can go to get…
Recommendations to the 24th ICCAT Meeting in Malta
In November, fishery managers and regulators will meet in Malta for the 24th annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).
From our sea - Rocksalt, Sliema
We mixed things up for our fourth edition. We were hosted by Rocksalt, a concept cafe in Sliema who served up a series of apperativi and tasting dishes. All accompanied by some seriously good wine.
From our sea - Electro Lobster Project, St. Julians
Our third event was an al fresco one in the Balluta square in St. Julians at Electro Lobster Project.
From our sea - Tartarun, Marsaxlokk
We headed to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk for our second event. We booked out Tartarun in less than 24 hours and the restaurant was absolutely buzzing on the night.
From our sea - Rubino, Valletta
Our first event at Rubino in Valletta was a success. We were sold out within less than two days and the response was fantastic.
Bluefin tuna in jeopardy after 20% quota increase
A recent report published by ICCAT stated that bluefin tuna stocks were recovering thanks to efforts put in place by the Commission. The report concluded by advising that current quotas should…
Roderick Galdes should proceed with caution
Parliamentary secretary, Roderick Galdes attended the Agriculture and Fisheries council meeting in Luxembourg on the 13th and 14th October. Mr Galdes and a Maltese delegation argued that recent…
Karmenu Vella Hearing: Stronger Grasp on Fisheries But Still Vague and Evasive
On the 29th September Karmenu Vella, commissioner designate for the environment, fisheries, and maritime policy faced a three hour grilling session by MEPs as part of his confirmation hearing.
Quickfish at Science in the City
Every year for the past 3 years Valletta turns into a hub of science and art where the streets of Malta’s capital become the ideal medium for researchers and creatives to showcase their work to the…
fish4tomorrow Launch Quickfish Guide and Website
On the 18th September, the fish4tomorrow campaign and Greenhouse Malta launched their latest Youth in Action funded project at the Malta National Aquarium, Qawra.
Change needed in the Mediterranean
The Agriculture and Fisheries Council met in Brussels yesterday under the new Italian presidency. The European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Maria Damanaki spoke of how there has…