Tuna tagging and FAD investigations

Behind the scenes of a collaborative Central Pacific Ocean research cruise

11 February 2016 Posted by Jeff Muir Jeff Muir is with the Hawaii

ISSF E News 11 February 2016

Collaboration at Sea Since 2011, ISSF has conducted at-sea research cruises – almost

ISSF E News 4 February 2016

New Participating Companies Indonesian company Avila Prima Intra Makmur and Philippine company Celebes

ISSF Welcomes New Participating Companies from Indonesia and Philippines

Indonesian company Avila Prima Intra Makmur and Philippine company Celebes Canning Corporation are the latest organizations to join the conservation efforts of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation as participating companies.

Washington, DC – 4 February 2016 – Indonesian company Avila Prima Intra Makmur

It’s IMO Number Time

RFMO deadlines for acquiring a unique vessel identifier from the International Maritime Organization are imminent

Posted by Victor Restrepo and Ana Justel Tuna RFMO International Maritime Organization (IMO)

2015 Year in Review and New Year’s Resolutions

Reflecting on a year of collective efforts in the tuna RFMOs, taking stock of what progress has been made, and making our list of priorities for next year

Posted by Holly Koehler It is that time of year again. ISSF’s travel-weary

ISSF Announces Updated Status of the Stocks

Report shows changes in Eastern Pacific bigeye tuna and Atlantic Ocean bigeye tuna ratings, among others

Washington, DC – 19 November 2015 – The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF)

Understanding the IUCN Redlist

Posted by Victor Restrepo and Bill Fox Thursday, 7 July 2011 On July

Priorities for Pacific Tuna Fisheries ahead of WCPFC Meeting

ISSF releases position statement calling for better management of stocks and monitoring requirements

Update from ICCAT

Progress on Management, but Impasse on Sharks and Other Topics