While the challenges that affect global tuna stocks are diverse, a few key issues have a disproportionate impact. It’s these areas where the greatest potential for positive change lies, and where ISSF directs its focus.
Tuna RFMOs in 2018 12.20.2018 Posted by Holly Koehler ... MORE Pacific Tuna Managers: Time to Adopt Stronger FAD Management and 11.28.2018 By Claire van der... MORE Managers Fail to Act to End Overfishing or Rebuild Bigeye and 11.28.2018 By Dr. Victor Restrepo... MORE ISSF to ICCAT: Rebuild Bigeye and Yellowfin Tuna Stocks; Improve FAD 11.01.2018 The International Seafood Sustainability... MORE
RFMO Best Practice Performance 1.18.2019 This January 2019 table... MORE ISSF 2019-05: Tuna RFMO Authorised Vessel Lists: A Comparative 1.15.2019 This January 2019 report... MORE ISSF 2019-03: Transshipment: Strengthening Tuna RFMO Transshipment 1.15.2019 This January 2019 report... MORE RFMO Best Practices Snapshot — 2019: FAD Management 1.07.2019 This “snapshot” identifies best... MORE
RFMO Best Practices Snapshot — 2019: IUU Vessel Listing 1.17.2019 This “snapshot” identifies best... MORE ISSF 2019-04: Combatting IUU Fishing: Continual Improvement and Best 1.15.2019 This January 2019 report... MORE ISSF 2019-01: ISSF Skippers’ Workshops Round 8* 1.08.2019 This report summarizes bycatch... MORE Addressing FAD Ecological Impacts: Research & Best Practices to 12.10.2018 This infographic, published in... MORE