Norway has long traditions of managing its fisheries, and continuously works towards strong scientific-based management. The combination between environmental responsibility and economically sustainable fisheries shows that the Norwegian management model is successful. Here you can find information about Norwegian fisheries management and sustainability documentation for our most important fish stocks.
An holistic approach to sustainable management are founded on three pillars; the environmental, social and economical aspects of sustainability. All three are important and carry with them responsibilities and obligations.
Norwegian fisheries policy is based on sustainable resource management, which ensures that both the fish stock, industry practitioners and coastal communities are safeguarded.
Sustainability information on Norwegian stocks and species.
Norwegian aquaculture operates in the natural environment that we all share, and that imposes obligations on everyone involved. The authorities, research communities and industry are all working together to enable Norwegian aquaculture to operate within a sustainable framework.