#BycatchProject cruises again In world’s most productive tuna fishing grounds
ISSF participating companies will begin to meet several important sustainability commitments.
A follow up on the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission meeting
Fishers also display their non-entangling FADs, adopting a best practice
A joint blog from ISSF & WWF’s Smart Fishing Initiative
new report offers analysis of compliance with conservation and management measures
A review of most recent science finds stocks are not in trouble.
new expert video blog explores input & output controls
Authors of a new study summarize their findings.
Expert workshop offers recommendations for making improvements
ISSF widens its review of allegations
Kurt Schaefer and Dan Fuller of the IATTC share images from their recent cruise.
Traditional history-based allocation doesn’t meet needs of developing nations.
Industry in search of ways to verify compliance with conservation commitments.
It’s critical that RFMOs make an actual investment in a compliance structure
An introduction to the report ‘An Evaluation of the Sustainability of Global Tuna Stocks Relative to Marine Stewardship Council Criteria’
company invites gamblers to wager on demise of commercial tuna
according to the World Bank, there are nearly 1 billion hungry people worldwide
Laurent Dagorn shares research findings with EU policy-makers
database available to help industry identify vessels with UVI
Anchored and drifting FADs need better management, and industry can make improvements right now
We spoke with Wes Erikson from British Columbia for a fisherman’s perspective on sustainability and how attitudes can easily shift.
An attempt to examine the scientific findings about fishing vessel interaction with dolphins.
working with skippers on best practices to avoid bycatch