#BycatchProject cruises again In world’s most productive tuna fishing grounds
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
fIshing nations prep for annual meeting
Authors of a new study summarize their findings.
Laurent Dagorn shares research findings with EU policy-makers
Anchored and drifting FADs need better management, and industry can make improvements right now
ISSF pushes for FAD management, harvest control rules & better conservation efforts for bigeye
What’s the difference in catch rates of FAD & FAD-free?
clearing up a few inaccuracies in a recent blog on small tunas, fuel use & FADs
event held following global symposium on ecosystem-based management of tuna fisheries
Authors of new study blog about their search for an answer to that question
A blog from NY Times writer Mark Bitman scratches the surface of sustainability
practical construction advice from scientists for fishers
We’ve shipped some handheld technology to help vessels fish more sustainably!
Why ISSF & WWF won’t walk away from fishers who rely on floating objects to catch tuna
Experts publish study suggesting fishers reduce bycatch through netting bigger catches
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.
Corey Eddy’s research cruise aboard the Simoun had to be cut short.
In preparation for his research cruise in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean which will study ways to reduce bycatch, David Itano explains the different types of FADs that are used in tuna fisheries.