No one organization can achieve tuna fishery sustainability on its own; we must work collectively with those that share our goals and wish to work together to achieve them. ISSF convenes a diverse group of stakeholders — NGOs, vessel owners, retailers, tuna processors and more — to make recommendations to Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs). Here are some of the most recent advocacy letters that have resulted from that collaborative work.
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|ISSF 2018-15: 2018 ISSF Stock Assessment Workshop: Review of Current t-RFMO Practice in Stock Status Determinations||April 26, 2018||ISSF||English||N/A||CCSBT, IATTC, ICCAT, IOTC, RFMOs, Stock Assessment, Stock Status, Tuna, WCPFC||Technical and Meeting Reports, Technical Reports||N/A||Workshop Report||April 26, 2018|
|ISSF 2018-16: A Pre-Assessment of the Sustainability of Global Tuna Fisheries Relative to Marine Stewardship Council Criteria: Principle 2||May 22, 2018||Bostrom, Guadian, Medley, Southall, Zollett||English||N/A||Harvest Strategies, MSC Certification, RFMOs, Stock Assessment, Tuna||Technical and Meeting Reports, Technical Reports||N/A||Technical Report||May 22, 2018|
|ISSF 2018-16: MSC Principle 2 Pre-assessment Report Materials||May 21, 2018||ISSF||English||N/A||Harvest Strategies, MSC Certification, RFMOs, Stock Assessment, Tuna||Technical and Meeting Reports||N/A||Technical Report||May 21, 2018|