Expert brings nearly three decades of experience to coalition
fIshing nations prep for annual meeting
ISSF releases update on the Status of World Tuna Fisheries
analysis takes into account stock health & international management of 19 tuna stocks
ISSF pushes for FAD management, harvest control rules & better conservation efforts for bigeye
Read our position statement prepared for the annual ICCAT meeting in Morocco
event held following global symposium on ecosystem-based management of tuna fisheries
Dongwon is newest ISSF Participating Company
Our new ProActive Vessel Register – PVR for short – is up and ready to be searched
Workshops share information on best ways to reduce bycatch.
Workshop focused on updating Spanish retailers on tuna sustainability efforts.
Jacksons’ speech focused on the importance of science when it comes to tuna sustainability.
ISSF to hold workshop in Madrid, Spain
“Out of all the stakeholder groups we work with, industry has the most power to get things done”
We’ve shipped some handheld technology to help vessels fish more sustainably!
Conservation measure aims to influence world’s tuna fishing vessel owners
The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) continued its series of global workshops on bycatch in tuna fisheries, with a discussion in American Samoa this week led by University of Hawaii researcher David Itano, who recently returned to port after conducting at-sea bycatch reduction trials onboard a fishing vessel in the Pacific.
Marine experts offer a comprehensive look at the ecosystem impacts of this method, which will be published in a peer-reviewed science journal later this year.
Group to serve as independent auditor of newly launched database.
ISSF released its position statement in advance of the 83rd Meeting of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC)
Number Of ISSF Industry Participating Companies reaches 20
We’re working with industry to discourage adding new vessels to a crowded fleet.
The measure sends a message to tuna vessels around the world that if they fin – they’re out.
The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) continues its global #BycatchProject with a new cruise set to sail in the western and central Pacific Ocean (WCPO). The goal of the project is to develop and test technical options to reduce bycatch associated with large‐scale purse seine fishing on fish aggregating devices (FADs).