ISSF adds two new board members along with additions to its Environmental Stakeholder Committee and Scientific Advisory Committee
ISSF has released its position statement in advance of the 19th Session Meeting of IOTC in Busan, Korea on April 27- May 1.
ISSF released an updated report assessing the status of global tuna stocks according to the methodology developed by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), one of the world’s most widely recognized certification schemes for sustainable seafood.
Number Of ISSF Participating Companies Climbs To 25
Status of three major stocks show significant improvement
Number Of ISSF Participating Companies Climbs To 24
ISSF releases position statement for WCPFC 11th Regular Session Meeting calling for better management of stocks and FAD-related data
ISSF is pleased that at its resumed Annual Commission meeting, which was held October 27-29th, the IATTC agreed to a reduction in the catches of Pacific bluefin in the Eastern Tropical Pacific to no more than 6,600 metric tons in 2015 and 2016 combined.
The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) has released its position statement in advance of the 19th Special Meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) in Genoa, Italy on Novemeber 10-17th.
International Seafood Sustainability Foundation adds new Resolution and Takes Further Steps on IUU, Vessel CapacityNovember 4, 2014
Resolutions to increase market action efforts, and strengthen IUU and fishing capacity resolutions
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
2013 was a year of significant progress for tuna fisheries management and conservation
ISSF applauds the Obama administration for bringing together a host of oceans stakeholders for this week’s “Our Ocean” Conference.
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
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.
ISSF Announces Support for BirdLife International Outreach Program
Statement from ISSF President Susan Jackson.
Foundation also welcomes new Board member from Spain.
Experts in bycatch prevention & best practices hold series of workshops
Expert brings nearly three decades of experience to coalition