To Limit the Growth in Fishing Capacity of the Global Large-Scale Tropical Tuna Purse Seine Fleet
To Enhance the Implementation of Purse Seine Fishing Best Practices via Vessel Participation on the ISSF ProActive Vessel Register (PVR)
To address the challenges posed by IUU fishing activities and to use its collective efforts
Report shows 86% of tuna catch comes from healthy stock and updates Pacific bigeye stock rating
ISSFguidebooks.org Expands ISSF Portfolio of Handbooks to Include Observer Training Guidebook
Las naciones pesqueras del océano Pacífico oriental se preparan para darse cita en la reunión anual de la Comisión Interamericana del Atún Tropical (CIAT), la organización regional de ordenamiento pesquero (OROP) de atún más antigua del mundo. Nuestra coalición tiene una lista de cosas que nos gustaría que las naciones miembro hicieran realidad. El lector puede descargar aquí nuestra declaración de posición o usar esta página repleta de enlaces interactivos para informase más a fondo acerca de los asuntos de mayor importancia.
2013 was a year of significant progress for tuna fisheries management and conservation
Eastern Pacific Ocean fishing nations are getting ready to meet for the annual meeting of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC), the world’s oldest tuna regional fishery management organization (RFMO). Our coalition has a list of things we would like to see member nations accomplish.
ISSF applauds the Obama administration for bringing together a host of oceans stakeholders for this week’s “Our Ocean” Conference.
RESOLUTION 14-03 To Amend Resolution 14-01 to Establish Multi-Annual Commitments to Strengthen Purse Seine Vessel Conservation and Management Measures for Tuna ResourcesJune 3, 2014
Commitments to Strengthen Purse Seine Vessel Conservation and Management Measures for Tuna Resources
5 May 2014 Indian Ocean fishing nations are getting ready to meet for the 18th session of the Commission in this June in Sri Lanka, and our coalition has a list of things we would like to see member nations accomplish. You can download our position statement here or you can use this page filled with interactive links to [...]
This week we celebrated World Tuna Day, and we truly have something to celebrate with all of the progress we’ve made over the past year.
Researchers Work toward Bycatch Mitigation amongst an Active Crew of Fishermen… and amongst the Sharks
Bycatch Project cruises again in world’s most productive tuna fishing grounds
RESOLUTION 14-02: to Amend Resolution 13-03 to Enhance Reporting and Implementation of Purse Seine Fishing Best PracticesMarch 19, 2014
via Vessel Participation on the ISSF ProActive Vessel Register
to Strengthen Purse Seine Vessel Conservation and Management Measures for Tuna Resources
The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation shares best practices with local skippers and fishers
Announcing an updated report that assesses the status of global tuna stocks according to the methodology developed by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
Processors to sign up vessels & set purchasing goals.
via Vessel Participation on the ISSF ProActive Vessel Register (PVR).
to Strengthen Purse Seine Vessel Conservation and Management Measures for Tuna Resources.
In order to remain robust and sustainable, the Pacific Ocean needs our support now more than ever.
ISSF Announces Support for BirdLife International Outreach Program