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2008/2177(INI) Towards a 'European Cormorant Management Plan' to minimize the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fisheries and aquaculture

Progress: Procedure completed

RoleCommitteeRapporteurShadows
Lead PECH KINDERMANN Heinz (icon: PSE PSE)
Lead committee dossier:
Legal Basis:
RoP 52, RoP 52-p4

Events

2009/03/10
   EC - Commission response to text adopted in plenary
Documents
2008/12/04
   EP - Results of vote in Parliament
2008/12/04
   EP - Decision by Parliament
Details

The European Parliament adopted, by 558 votes to 7 with 18 abstentions, a resolution on the application of a European cormorant management plan to minimise the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fishing and aquaculture.

The own-initiative report had been tabled for consideration by Heinz KINDERMANN (PES, DE) on behalf of the Committee on Fisheries.

MEPs called on the Commission to consider all the legal means at its disposal to reduce the negative effects of cormorant populations on fishing and aquaculture and to propose solutions to the cormorant problem in this context. The Commission and the Member States are called upon, by promoting regular scientific research, to provide reliable and generally recognised data on the total size and structure of cormorant populations in Europe, as well as their fertility and mortality parameters. According to the report, the total population of cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo) has grown twenty-fold over the past 25 years and is now estimated to comprise at least 1.7 to 1.8 million birds. Cormorants have caused proven permanent damage to aquaculture undertakings and stocks of many wild fish species in the inland waterways and along sea coasts in many Member States of the European Union. They have also caused permanent damage to vegetation in certain geographical areas and the risk of serious damage increases disproportionately the closer the cormorant population in a given region approaches the carrying capacity of the region’s large bodies of water, thus at the same time greatly reducing the effectiveness of local protective measures.

The Commission is also called upon to submit a cormorant population management plan in several stages , seeking to integrate cormorant populations into the environment as developed and cultivated by man in the long term without jeopardising the objectives of the Wild Birds Directive and Natura 2000 as regards fish species and marine and freshwater ecosystems. MEPs urge the Commission, in the interests of greater legal certainty and uniform interpretation, to provide without delay a clear definition of the term ‘serious damage’ as used in Article 9(1)(a), third indent, of the Wild Birds Directive (The Wild Birds Directive (79/409/EEC) of 2 April 1979). The Commission should also produce more generalised guidance on the nature of the derogations allowed under Article 9(1) of the Wild Birds Directive, including further clarification of the terminology where any ambiguity may exist.

In this context, MEPs suggest that, by means of systematic monitoring of cormorant populations supported by the EU and the Member States, a reliable, generally recognised and annually updated database should be drawn up on the development, size and geographical distribution of cormorant populations in Europe. They call on the Commission to put out to tender, and finance, a scientific project aimed at supplying an estimation model for the size and structure of the total cormorant population on the basis of currently available data on breeding population, fertility and mortality. The Commission and the Member States are called upon to foster in an appropriate manner the creation of suitable conditions for bilateral and multilateral scientific and administrative exchanges, both within the EU and with third countries.

The Commission and the Member States are also called to:

promote the sustainable management of cormorant populations by means of increased scientific and administrative coordination, cooperation and communication, and to create appropriate conditions for the drafting of a Europe-wide cormorant population management plan; make some of the funds earmarked in the EU budget for data collection in the fisheries sector, in particular under heading 11 07 02: ‘Support for the management of fishery resources (improvement of scientific advice)’, available for investigations, analyses and forecasts of the cormorant population on the territory of the European Union, in preparation for the future regular monitoring of these species.

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2008/12/04
   EP - End of procedure in Parliament
2008/11/18
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2008/11/18
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2008/11/11
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary, single reading
Documents
2008/11/11
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary
Documents
2008/11/05
   EP - Vote in committee
Details

The Committee on Fisheries adopted the report by Heinz KINDERMANN (PES, DE) on the application of a European c ormorant management plan to minimise the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fishing and aquaculture. The report calls on the Commission and the Member States, by promoting regular scientific research, to provide reliable and generally recognised data on the total size and structure of cormorant populations in Europe, as well as their fertility and mortality parameters. According to the report, the total population of cormorants ( Phalacrocorax carbo ) has grown twenty-fold over the past 25 years and is now estimated to comprise at least 1.7 to 1.8 million birds. C ormorants have caused proven permanent damage to aquaculture undertakings and stocks of many wild fish species in the inland waterways and along sea coasts in many Member States of the European Union. They have also caused permanent damage to vegetation in certain geographical areas and the risk of serious damage increases disproportionately the closer the cormorant population in a given region approaches the carrying capacity of the region’s large bodies of water, thus at the same time greatly reducing the effectiveness of local protective measures.

In this context, MEPs suggest that, by means of systematic monitoring of cormorant populations supported by the EU and the Member States, a reliable, generally recognised and annually updated database should be drawn up on the development, size and geographical distribution of cormorant populations in Europe. They call on the Commission to put out to tender, and finance, a scientific project aimed at supplying an estimation model for the size and structure of the total cormorant population on the basis of currently available data on breeding population, fertility and mortality.

The Commission and the Member States are called upon to foster in an appropriate manner the creation of suitable conditions for bilateral and multilateral scientific and administrative exchanges, both within the EU and with third countries.

The Commission is also called upon to submit a cormorant population management plan in several stages, seeking to integrate cormorant populations into the environment as developed and cultivated by man in the long term without jeopardising the objectives of the Wild Birds Directive and Natura 2000 as regards fish species and marine and freshwater ecosystems. MEPs urge the Commission, in the interests of greater legal certainty and uniform interpretation, to provide without delay a clear definition of the term ‘serious damage’ as used in Article 9(1)(a), third indent, of the Wild Birds Directive ( The Wild Birds Directive (79/409/EEC) of 2 April 1979 ). The Commission should also produce more generalised guidance on the nature of the derogations allowed under Article 9(1) of the Wild Birds Directive, including further clarification of the terminology where any ambiguity may exist.

The Commission and the Member States are also called to:

promote the sustainable management of cormorant populations by means of increased scientific and administrative coordination, cooperation and communication, and to create appropriate conditions for the drafting of a Europe-wide cormorant population management plan; make some of the funds earmarked in the EU budget for data collection in the fisheries sector, in particular under heading 11 07 02: ‘Support for the management of fishery resources (improvement of scientific advice)’, available for investigations, analyses and forecasts of the cormorant population on the territory of the European Union, in preparation for the future regular monitoring of these species.

Lastly, MEPs called on the Commission to consider all the legal means at its disposal to reduce the negative effects of cormorant populations on fishing and aquaculture and to propose solutions to the cormorant problem in this context.

2008/10/13
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2008/09/17
   EP - Committee draft report
Documents
2008/09/04
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament
2008/05/05
   EP - KINDERMANN Heinz (PSE) appointed as rapporteur in PECH

Documents

Votes

Rapport Kindermann A6-0434/2008 - résolution #

2008/12/04 Outcome: +: 558, 0: 18, -: 7
DE IT GB FR PL ES RO BE PT NL HU EL CZ DK SE BG FI AT LT IE SK LV SI EE LU CY MT
Total
73
54
63
48
46
38
23
19
19
24
18
18
16
14
16
16
11
11
10
10
9
7
6
5
5
3
1
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205

Denmark PPE-DE

1

Lithuania PPE-DE

1

Slovenia PPE-DE

3

Estonia PPE-DE

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1

Luxembourg PPE-DE

3

Malta PPE-DE

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1
icon: PSE PSE
160

Czechia PSE

2

Sweden PSE

Abstain (1)

4

Finland PSE

2

Lithuania PSE

2

Ireland PSE

1

Slovakia PSE

2

Slovenia PSE

For (1)

1

Estonia PSE

2

Luxembourg PSE

For (1)

1
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78

Hungary ALDE

1

Sweden ALDE

2

Austria ALDE

1

Ireland ALDE

For (1)

1

Latvia ALDE

1

Slovenia ALDE

2

Estonia ALDE

2

Cyprus ALDE

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1
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35

Italy Verts/ALE

2

United Kingdom Verts/ALE

4
3

Romania Verts/ALE

1

Belgium Verts/ALE

2

Denmark Verts/ALE

For (1)

1

Sweden Verts/ALE

For (1)

1

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For (1)

1

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1

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1
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35

Denmark UEN

For (1)

1

Lithuania UEN

2

Latvia UEN

2
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33

United Kingdom GUE/NGL

Abstain (1)

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2

Portugal GUE/NGL

3

Netherlands GUE/NGL

2

Denmark GUE/NGL

1

Sweden GUE/NGL

2

Finland GUE/NGL

For (1)

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Cyprus GUE/NGL

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15

Netherlands IND/DEM

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Denmark IND/DEM

For (1)

1

Sweden IND/DEM

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Ireland IND/DEM

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1
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22

United Kingdom NI

5

Poland NI

1

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1

Bulgaria NI

Against (1)

3

Austria NI

1

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AmendmentsDossier
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2008/10/13 PECH 20 amendments...
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  • date: 2008-11-05T00:00:00 type: Vote in committee, 1st reading/single reading body: EP summary: The Committee on Fisheries adopted the report by Heinz KINDERMANN (PES, DE) on the application of a European c ormorant management plan to minimise the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fishing and aquaculture. The report calls on the Commission and the Member States, by promoting regular scientific research, to provide reliable and generally recognised data on the total size and structure of cormorant populations in Europe, as well as their fertility and mortality parameters. According to the report, the total population of cormorants ( Phalacrocorax carbo ) has grown twenty-fold over the past 25 years and is now estimated to comprise at least 1.7 to 1.8 million birds. C ormorants have caused proven permanent damage to aquaculture undertakings and stocks of many wild fish species in the inland waterways and along sea coasts in many Member States of the European Union. They have also caused permanent damage to vegetation in certain geographical areas and the risk of serious damage increases disproportionately the closer the cormorant population in a given region approaches the carrying capacity of the region’s large bodies of water, thus at the same time greatly reducing the effectiveness of local protective measures. In this context, MEPs suggest that, by means of systematic monitoring of cormorant populations supported by the EU and the Member States, a reliable, generally recognised and annually updated database should be drawn up on the development, size and geographical distribution of cormorant populations in Europe. They call on the Commission to put out to tender, and finance, a scientific project aimed at supplying an estimation model for the size and structure of the total cormorant population on the basis of currently available data on breeding population, fertility and mortality. The Commission and the Member States are called upon to foster in an appropriate manner the creation of suitable conditions for bilateral and multilateral scientific and administrative exchanges, both within the EU and with third countries. The Commission is also called upon to submit a cormorant population management plan in several stages, seeking to integrate cormorant populations into the environment as developed and cultivated by man in the long term without jeopardising the objectives of the Wild Birds Directive and Natura 2000 as regards fish species and marine and freshwater ecosystems. MEPs urge the Commission, in the interests of greater legal certainty and uniform interpretation, to provide without delay a clear definition of the term ‘serious damage’ as used in Article 9(1)(a), third indent, of the Wild Birds Directive ( The Wild Birds Directive (79/409/EEC) of 2 April 1979 ). The Commission should also produce more generalised guidance on the nature of the derogations allowed under Article 9(1) of the Wild Birds Directive, including further clarification of the terminology where any ambiguity may exist. The Commission and the Member States are also called to: promote the sustainable management of cormorant populations by means of increased scientific and administrative coordination, cooperation and communication, and to create appropriate conditions for the drafting of a Europe-wide cormorant population management plan; make some of the funds earmarked in the EU budget for data collection in the fisheries sector, in particular under heading 11 07 02: ‘Support for the management of fishery resources (improvement of scientific advice)’, available for investigations, analyses and forecasts of the cormorant population on the territory of the European Union, in preparation for the future regular monitoring of these species. Lastly, MEPs called on the Commission to consider all the legal means at its disposal to reduce the negative effects of cormorant populations on fishing and aquaculture and to propose solutions to the cormorant problem in this context.
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  • date: 2008-12-04T00:00:00 type: Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading body: EP docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&language=EN&reference=P6-TA-2008-583 title: T6-0583/2008 summary: The European Parliament adopted, by 558 votes to 7 with 18 abstentions, a resolution on the application of a European cormorant management plan to minimise the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fishing and aquaculture. The own-initiative report had been tabled for consideration by Heinz KINDERMANN (PES, DE) on behalf of the Committee on Fisheries. MEPs called on the Commission to consider all the legal means at its disposal to reduce the negative effects of cormorant populations on fishing and aquaculture and to propose solutions to the cormorant problem in this context. The Commission and the Member States are called upon, by promoting regular scientific research, to provide reliable and generally recognised data on the total size and structure of cormorant populations in Europe, as well as their fertility and mortality parameters. According to the report, the total population of cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo) has grown twenty-fold over the past 25 years and is now estimated to comprise at least 1.7 to 1.8 million birds. Cormorants have caused proven permanent damage to aquaculture undertakings and stocks of many wild fish species in the inland waterways and along sea coasts in many Member States of the European Union. They have also caused permanent damage to vegetation in certain geographical areas and the risk of serious damage increases disproportionately the closer the cormorant population in a given region approaches the carrying capacity of the region’s large bodies of water, thus at the same time greatly reducing the effectiveness of local protective measures. The Commission is also called upon to submit a cormorant population management plan in several stages , seeking to integrate cormorant populations into the environment as developed and cultivated by man in the long term without jeopardising the objectives of the Wild Birds Directive and Natura 2000 as regards fish species and marine and freshwater ecosystems. MEPs urge the Commission, in the interests of greater legal certainty and uniform interpretation, to provide without delay a clear definition of the term ‘serious damage’ as used in Article 9(1)(a), third indent, of the Wild Birds Directive (The Wild Birds Directive (79/409/EEC) of 2 April 1979). The Commission should also produce more generalised guidance on the nature of the derogations allowed under Article 9(1) of the Wild Birds Directive, including further clarification of the terminology where any ambiguity may exist. In this context, MEPs suggest that, by means of systematic monitoring of cormorant populations supported by the EU and the Member States, a reliable, generally recognised and annually updated database should be drawn up on the development, size and geographical distribution of cormorant populations in Europe. They call on the Commission to put out to tender, and finance, a scientific project aimed at supplying an estimation model for the size and structure of the total cormorant population on the basis of currently available data on breeding population, fertility and mortality. The Commission and the Member States are called upon to foster in an appropriate manner the creation of suitable conditions for bilateral and multilateral scientific and administrative exchanges, both within the EU and with third countries. The Commission and the Member States are also called to: promote the sustainable management of cormorant populations by means of increased scientific and administrative coordination, cooperation and communication, and to create appropriate conditions for the drafting of a Europe-wide cormorant population management plan; make some of the funds earmarked in the EU budget for data collection in the fisheries sector, in particular under heading 11 07 02: ‘Support for the management of fishery resources (improvement of scientific advice)’, available for investigations, analyses and forecasts of the cormorant population on the territory of the European Union, in preparation for the future regular monitoring of these species.
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  • date: 2008-12-04T00:00:00 docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/popups/sda.do?id=16323&l=en type: Results of vote in Parliament title: Results of vote in Parliament url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&language=EN&reference=P6-TA-2008-583 type: Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading title: T6-0583/2008 body: EP type: Results of vote in Parliament
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  • body: EP responsible: True committee: PECH date: 2008-05-05T00:00:00 committee_full: Fisheries rapporteur: group: PSE name: KINDERMANN Heinz
links
other
  • body: EC dg: url: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/maritimeaffairs_fisheries/ title: Maritime Affairs and Fisheries commissioner: BORG Joe
procedure
dossier_of_the_committee
PECH/6/62797
reference
2008/2177(INI)
title
Towards a 'European Cormorant Management Plan' to minimize the increasing impact of cormorants on fish stocks, fisheries and aquaculture
legal_basis
stage_reached
Procedure completed
subtype
Initiative
type
INI - Own-initiative procedure
subject