E News 3 December 2020

Featured Content NEW Infographics If purse-seine fishers could more accurately identify the species, size, and number of tuna as well as non-tuna at fish aggregating devices (FADs) before fishing operations begin, they can help avoid overfishing and reduce bycatch. ISSF’s at-sea scientific research and publications on acoustic technology and information to…

E News 19 November 2020

Featured Content ISSF Position Statements Outline Priorities for Three Tuna RFMOs as They Prepare for Online Annual Meetings ISSF has published its position statements in advance of three regional fisheries management organization (RFMO) meetings this fall: the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas…

E News 6 November 2020

Newest ISSF Participating Company Compliance Report Shows 99.4% Conformance with ISSF Conservation Measures 24 of 25 companies fully compliant with all 27 measures audited, compared to 22 in the April 2020 report ISSF released its fifth annual Update to ISSF Conservation Measures & Commitments Compliance…

28 July 2020 E News

Featured Content ISSF’s Holly Koehler writes in her new blog 3 Ways Fisheries Managers Can Pivot on Monitoring, Control and Surveillance, “Fisheries management leaders should recognize the gaps in data that will inevitably follow suspensions of human observer requirements and adjust policies and strategies to…

E News 23 July 2020

Featured Webinars ISSF President Susan Jackson wrote in the Foundation’s 2019 annual report Commitment and Collaboration, “The ISSF team has long appreciated that solving environmental problems means reaching across continents in the spirit of goodwill to share scientific information and resources, learn from each other’s…