FAO Fisheries Report No. 864
Report of the EXPERT CONSULTATION ON THE FAO GUIDELINES FOR ECOLABELLING FOR CAPTURE FISHERIES
Rome, 3-5 March 2008
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PREPARATION OF THIS DOCUMENT
Report of the Expert Consultation on the FAO Guidelines for Ecolabelling. Rome, 3-4 March 2008.
FAO Fisheries Report. No. 864. Rome, FAO. 2008. 21p.
Following this request by the twenty-seventh session of the Committee on Fisheries, the Expert Consultation on the FAO Guidelines for Ecolabelling was convened by FAO in Rome from 3 to 5 March 2008.
The Expert Consultation reviewed the existing marine and inland capture fisheries guidelines and formulated recommendations to COFI to address COFI's request on "stock under consideration" and "minimum substantive requirements".
OPENING OF THE MEETING AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE SESSION
DISCUSSION ON THE BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
MINIMUM SUBSTANTIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR MARINE CAPTURE FISHERIES AND FOR INLAND CAPTURE FISHERIES
ADOPTION OF THE REPORT
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