Now it is scientifically confirmed. The number of herring fry is dramatically decreasing in the Stockholm archipelago. Scientists suspect that large-scale industrial fishing is largely...
Reportage: Peter Löfgren, Daniel Hedström
Photo: Leif Eiranson, Kimmo Hagman
EU countries are currently discussing the 2022 catch quotas for fish in the Baltic Sea and the Sound. The European Commission proposes to significantly reduce...
Text: Daniel Hedström/TT/Ritzau
Photo: Deep Sea Reporter/TT
Manjula Gullikson is the only female professional fisherman in Västernorrland. But she finds it increasingly difficult to make a living from the profession. Her herring...
Reportage: Louise Frilund, Miranda Lörstad, André Sandberg, Harris Vagelopoulus
Music: André Sandberg, Bensound
According to a new publication from the Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment, organized fishing was conducted in Stockholm's outer archipelago already in the early...
Reporter: Daniel Hedström
Photo right: Simon Stanford
Photo: Per-Olov Eriksson/N/TT
One third of all fish caught is thrown overboard or rots before it reaches the consumer - one in three fish is killed unnecessarily...
Text: Peter Löfgren
Photo: Adam Nilsson
Title image: Hanna Teleman/Scanpix/TT
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