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.
E News 14 May 2020 5.13.2020 Featured Content A new... MORE ISSF Report: 15 Tuna Stocks Not Meeting Criteria for Marine 3.18.2020 Independent fisheries scientists in... MORE Investigating Collaborative Solutions to Protect Threatened Manta Rays 3.09.2020 The world’s largest ray... MORE ISSF Awards Grand Prize in Seafood Sustainability Contest 3.09.2020 Doctoral student Melissa Cronin... MORE
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ISSF 2020-13: Compendium of ISSF Research Activities to Reduce FAD 4.30.2020 The present document summarizes... MORE ISSF 2020-11: Recommended Best Practices for Tropical Tuna Purse 3.16.2020 This report summarizes recommended... MORE NGO Tuna Forum: Collective Best Practices for Well-Managed FAD 3.10.2020 Leading NGOs focused on... MORE RFMO Best Practices Snapshot — 2020: FAD Management 2.10.2020 This “snapshot” identifies best... MORE