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UNITED KINGDOM: How climate change spells disaster for UK fish industry

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Grimsby was home to Britain's biggest fleet - now it relies on processing fish from Iceland. But if the EU imposes quotas on mackerel the impact on the Humberside town would be devastating

 

When Graham Hall started out as a trawlerman, the port of Grimsby was crammed with so many boats that local legend had it you could walk from deck to deck across the entire harbour. But last week only three turquoise trawlers could be spotted – 60% of the town's remaining fleet.

 

The Icelandic cod wars of the 1970s, when Iceland extended its fishing zones and excluded UK trawlers from territory they had previously harvested, obliterated what had, in the 50s, been the world's biggest fishing port. Veteran skippers such as Hall, 57, have never forgiven or forgotten. Now the port has 15 vessels designed to maintain windfarms, three times the number of surviving trawlers. In 1970 there were around 400 based at the Humberside port.

 

Steve Norton, chief executive of the Grimsby Fish Merchants Association, said: "We hope that renewables will do for Grimsby what oil did for Aberdeen." However, that seems a touch on the optimistic side.

 

"Without the cod wars, we would still have a big, vibrant port," says Hall. "One that would be supplied by its own ships instead of Iceland's," he reflects sadly.

 

Now, though, 42 years after the trawlerman's first foray into the North Sea, Hall has another crisis on his mind and a different fish – mackerel. And once again Grimsby's fate lies in the hands of the Icelandics.

 

Iceland's decision to increase hugely its mackerel quotas has so incensed North Sea neighbours such as Scotland that the European Union is contemplating sanctions that could ban Icelandic fishing boats from landing any catch at EU ports. Scotland has upped the ante still further by demanding that Iceland be prohibited from joining the European Union until it agrees to target fewer fish. Iceland recently suspended talks on joining the EU that began after the banking sector collapse. Although its government has completed talks on 11 of the more than 30 "chapters" of laws that new members must go through to join the EU, fishing is not thought to be among them.

 

Ian Gatt, chief executive of the Scottish Pelagic Fishermen's Association Limited, said it was inconceivable that the island could be considered for membership while it pushed ahead with mackerel quotas significantly above the recommended limits. "Iceland cannot be taken into the community while this situation is unresolved," he said.

 

Last week the row ratcheted up a notch when the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), taking note of the rapacious Icelandic fleet's activities, decided to exclude mackerel from its list of sustainable fish that could be eaten with a clear conscience. Chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who along with Jamie Oliver and Raymond Blanc has urged shoppers to eat mackerel as a sustainable alternative to cod, has described the plight of mackerel stocks as a "farce rapidly becoming a tragedy".

 

Iceland's fishermen, and their political leaders, vehemently disagree, arguing that the species can now be found in such vast numbers in its waters that it amounts to an "invasion" threatening to overwhelm its marine ecosystem. They suggest mackerel have merely moved home, migrating north from Scottish to Icelandic waters. Hall says the mackerel movements are part of a wider pattern, adding: "The seas are definitely getting warmer, we see fish moving north."

 

As Europe's mackerel wars begin in earnest, this time Grimsby is on the Icelanders' side. If sanctions are imposed, it is likely to be disastrous for Grimsby. Of the 18,000 tonnes of fresh fish sold there last year, almost 13,000 came from Iceland, mainly cod and haddock.

 

According to Hall, overall North Sea fish stocks are larger than he has ever known. During his last trip eight days ago he caught more than 500 boxes of large mature cod – each more than 30kg – in several days.

 

Chris Sparkes, managing director of Grimsby fish merchants Jaines & Son, said: "The MCS decision is very divisive, it's another negative story about fishing and ignores the fact that Icelanders have a fantastic reputation of sustainability and the EU does not."

 

Since Iceland's banking collapse of 2008 and its subsequent attempts to fish its way out of a crisis, Grimsby has boomed on the back of the surge of fresh white fish. Were the supply line to be cut, 70% of the UK's fish processing industry, along with Europe's biggest concentration of cold storage facilities, would be at risk.

 

Hall, skipper of the Jubilee Quest, and whose teenage years were spent fishing Icelandic waters, said: "We need imports from Iceland to keep the market going. Grimsby doesn't have ships any more. Without Iceland, the fish market would collapse."

 

Sparkes, whose firm employs 35 people and relies on 40% of fish from Iceland, said: "Icelandic fish are vital to our lifeblood. If we lose them it would be a community killer, a catastrophe for the area." At risk, too, are an estimated 4,000 jobs, each vital in a post-industrial economy that has struggled to recover from the cod wars.

 

One ward called East Marsh, close by the port – so large it takes 10 minutes to drive across – is the second most deprived in the country, according to the government's official analysis of more than 32,000 areas. Last week employment minister Mark Hoban singled out Grimsby as facing "clearly a challenge" after quarterly unemployment figures for the region revealed another rise.

 

So Iceland and its fishermen can currently do no wrong in Grimsby. More than 2,000 people are employed by Icelandic companies with investment worth hundreds of millions of pounds. Stephen Norton, chief executive of the Grimsby Fish Merchants Association, describes the "best developed seafood trading relationship in Europe, if not the world" between Grimsby and the Nordic state.

Martyn Boyers, chief executive of Grimsby Fish Market, claims nobody in British business "deals with Icelanders more than me".

 

Norton believes Iceland is correct to defend some of the best fishing grounds in the world. He even admits telling one Norwegian fisheries minister to resist joining the euro, warning: "You don't want to sacrifice your rich fishing grounds on the altar of currency."

 

According to Gatt, there is likely to be no resolution to the stalemate until October this year when the publication of fresh scientific data will provide up-to-date information on mackerel stocks.

 

He claimed the EU had effectively given up trying to coax a compromise from Iceland. "They [Iceland] are saying these woolly things about a science-based approach, but we don't really know what they are saying. They have not come back with anything. The EU official [leading negotiations] said he'd never seen anything like it. There is no dialogue."

 

If sanctions are eventually imposed, one high-profile casualty might be the traditional Grimsby smoked fish, eulogised by the likes of Rick Stein. Prepared inside century-old smokehouses, a hard-fought campaign recently saw the product awarded Protected Geographical Indication status. Less known, however, is that the smokies are recommended to be prepared with Icelandic haddock.

 

Grimsby, though, is unlikely to ever turn to smoking mackerel. "I can't remember the last time we sold a box of mackerel," said Boyers.

 

Instead the species for sale from 6.30am tomorrow at Grimsby fish market will typically be pelagic white fish, over which 150 merchants are currently sniffing gills, and checking skin firmness and brightness of eyes. Nine hours later, on the edge of the North Sea, their workers are still filleting Icelandic fish. The temperature has dipped below freezing, the work is wet and the cutters paid per "piece" or each fish filleted. The fastest earn up to £500 a week.

 

Merchant Gary Cadey, 58, who has worked at the port for 43 years, said: "That's a very decent wage around here." But Cadey – who was known as Grimsby's champion "dog skinner" for the dexterity with which he could fillet a dogfish – says that despite the long days it is a rewarding trade, albeit one in which a lie-in equals 6am. "It gets in your blood. We had one guy retired before Christmas after 50 years as a merchant. Last week he was back, he couldn't sleep."

 

Cadey is one of the directors of the port's new Seafood Village, a new complex of 22 companies, some Icelandic, that have just moved from the port's "Casbah" of decrepit red-brick Victorian buildings. The move is an impressive demonstration of optimism in Grimsby's future. Whether that optimism is well founded will depend on the consequences of the mackerel wars for a town that knows only too well what it means to fall out over fish.

 

This article was amended on 26 January 2013. The headline and standfirst were changed to clarify that the issue affects the wider UK fishing industry, not just Grimsby.

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What Happens in One Minute on the Internet? [Infographic]

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As millions of new Internet users log on every month, the numbers relating to the flow of information becomes ever more staggering.


An infographic from analytics software provider Domo, attempts to quantify just how much data is generated in one minute online.

Compare it to Domo’s similar infographic from two years ago to see just how much more we’ve crammed into a minute...


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Juan Carlos Giraldo Cardozo's curator insight, August 31, 2014 1:45 PM

Información de lo que sucede por minuto en las redes sociales más destacadas.

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Wow!!!  This is amazing!!

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10 interesting infographics about social media | Design daily news

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We all know a picture speaks thousand words and for that reason infographics are being more popular due to its amazing information displayed in the form of images. It has the capability to capture everyone’s eye and tell them a story with engaging content and images.  It’s an all in one package with text, images and creative design that come all along. It holds a great marketing potential that has the ability to attract customers. Many people click on infographics as it is more appealing and hence your web traffic is increased which is beneficial aspect for SEO.

Here we have the collection of 10 interesting infographics about social media. Let’s have a look at them below.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 7, 2014 11:26 PM

Great collection and useful reading for marketers, and social media pros.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 8, 2014 12:44 AM

Great collection of social media infographics. Well worth reading. 9/ 10

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These are some interesting infographics that provide a pictorial representation of data in a form that can be easily understood. In an age where the quantum of data is increasing exponentially, it has become extremely important to use infographics. Raw data and statistics can become a turn off, especially for those who don't have an eye for figures! Infographics are being used very successfully in schools and colleges to present information in an easily assimilable form.

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Facebook reportedly wants to be your office's social network - The Next Web

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A report from Financial Times today indicates that Facebook is working on a new service called “Facebook at Work” that aims to get a piece of the business social networking space.... Keep reading →

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3 Ways to Optimize Facebook Ads for Better Results

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Are you running Facebook ads? Do you want to get more out of your ads? The right optimization can make or break your ad campaign. Target audiences, timing and ad creative are all important considerations. In this article I'll share three tips for making the most of your Facebook ad campaigns. #1: Reach the Right…

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, November 17, 2014 10:15 AM

Use Facebook ads to reach the right audience, compare dup ad performance, and include interesting images.

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Lead Generation: Building Your Brand In Three Steps

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Cultivating a company’s brand is an important business enterprise. After all, this is practically the face that you will be showing to your market.

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Top 33 People to Follow on Tsu

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Tsu is a new social network that actually pays you to be active on the site and publish content. Here's a list of the Top 33 People to Follow on Tsu!
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Rooms : Facebook a-t-il copié une appli française ?

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Avant le lancement de Rooms, il y avait déjà une application appelée Room, créée par des Français et qui fait plus ou moins la même chose.
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Info Magazine: Cartographie des réseaux sociaux [infographie]

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Cette cartographie des réseaux sociaux les plus influents du moment réalisé par l'agence 360i et traduite par Olybop inclut des statistiques d’août 2014.
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Get Schooled by YouTubers: Content & Business Strategy

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For many businesses and brands, success on YouTube remains elusive, and to many, the challenges the platform presents can seem insurmountable.

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La taille parfaite (ou presque) pour un visuel Twitter

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Quelle est la taille parfaite pour une image publiée sur Twitter ? Retrouvez nos conseils ainsi qu'un gabarit Photoshop à télécharger pour vos créations !
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How To Make $500,000 A Year On Twitter?

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UberFacts founder Kris Sanchez has turned his addictive Twitter feed into a wildly lucrative business. But not everyone's buying it.
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5 “INfluencers” All Marketers Should Follow

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Though it has recently been opened up to us mere mortals, the LinkedIn publishing tool was initially only given to the cream of the thought-leadership crop. The “INfluencers” Program went live ba…

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Diversité dans les entreprises: comment inclure de multiples identités? [LinkedIn] | Yagg

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Rester au placard sur son lieu de travail peut avoir des conséquences négatives sur une carrière. C'est pourquoi des entreprises instaurent des programmes de diversité et d'inclusion afin de lutter contre les discriminations au travail. Une analyse sur LinkedIn.
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5 Social Media Marketing Trends for 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

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5 Social Media Marketing Trends for 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The trends of social media in 2014 will transcend that in 2015. Make sure that you're up-to-date and not out-of-date on your social media campaigns. 

 

Here are the trends and data to show how engagement is shifting and users preferences are changing. 

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Buying Facebook Likes Suck, Here's The Data To Prove It!

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Do you want to buy Facebook Likes? You should not! Here's a data-driven experiments to prove it totally sucks!

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Facebook at work, le futur réseau social professionnel ? - Le Journal du Geek

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Sa place acquise et incontestée dans la sphère privée des particuliers, Facebook souhaiterait désormais s’attaquer aux entreprises, avec pour concurrent direct sur ce secteur, LinkedIn.

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Découvrez comment utiliser Pinterest pour votre entreprise en 31 points. D’après une étude de Shareaholic, Pinterest amène plus de trafic sur un site web que LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube et Reddit combinés.
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Facebook's new privacy policy: 5 things to know

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Facebook is once again trying to simplify its privacy policy, largely to address criticisms that it's too complex and lengthy for the average user.
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7 astuces infaillibles pour attirer l’attention d’un influenceur

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Attirer l'attention des influenceurs sur les réseaux sociaux, sortir du lot et se faire remarquer parmi les millions de personnes utilisant Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, et les autres plate-formes s...
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A Complete Guide to Social Media Images [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Relevant social media-isms, including image size guidelines, helpful tips & stats - that can help you navigate through the most popular social channels easily.

There’s no doubt modern businesses need to be social. But it’s really hard to be successful and keep track  image sizes, character limits, pixel requirements, engagement windows, and hashtag optimization, to name a few. It turns out there are methods behind all the madness, so we’ve compiled relevant social media-isms – including image size guidelines and helpful tips & stats – that can help you navigate through the most popular social channels easily...


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Have had several of these; every time I get he "latest" one I get rid of the old ones.

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A great, handy resource. 

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Thanks to Lauren Moss.

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#FrenchTech : Bpifrance part en tournée dans 25 villes pour diffuser ... - Maddyness

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5 Mistakes Companies Make When Automating Their Marketing - exploreB2B

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According to Raab Associates, Inc. the marketing automation space is due to grow by 60% this year and reach overall revenues of $1.2 billion. The continued rise in revenue is indicative of the ...
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Marque employeur : Mazars sort une websérie à destination des jeunes diplômés

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The Best (And Worst) Times To Post On Social Media (Infographic)

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Different social media sites offer different virtues for your business. Here's how to optimize each one based on when you post.
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Post It, Tweet It, Like It – MediaMath’s Social Media Advertising Platform Acquisition

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