These “snapshots” identify best practices for sustainable tuna fishing. In detailed tables, they also compare tuna Regional Fisheries Management Organization (RFMO) progress in implementing them.

Read our companion “best-practices” technical reports on these topics.

Joint Letter to WCPFC (Nov. 10, 2015): Collaboration and Coordination

Date Added:November 10, 2015
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RMFOs:WCPFC
Tags:Advocacy, WCPFC
Language:English
byline:ISSF
report_type:Final

Description

This letter was submitted on behalf of the undersigned non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that participate in the work of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) and its subsidiary bodies, including as accredited observers, or may do so in the future.

It is signed by ISSF, World Wildlife Fund, BirdLife International, International Pole & Line Foundation, Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia, and Sustainable Fisheries Partnership.