new expert video blog explores input & output controls
Expert workshop offers recommendations for making improvements
Time for WCPFC Member Nations to show leadership on harvest control rules
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
more states sign up to participate in management of tuna fisheries
co-author of a new study blogs about the findings
Providing data helps scientists ensure that they have access to the best information available in order to perform comprehensive assessments of each tuna stock’s health
Experts examine overcapacity and discuss placing limits as the first move toward reductions.
At-sea transshipments, if not properly monitored, can create a fertile environment for illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing activities.
Currently, the world has the capacity to catch more tuna than would be sustainable. Read more about why we’re working to reduce capacity.
The following paper was researched and written by ISSF Science Advisory Committee Chair and ISSF Board of Directors member, Dr. James Joseph to address the issue of capacity.