ISSF was founded on the principle that efforts to improve tuna stock sustainability must be driven by science.
Mission & Approach
Scientific Advisory Committee
Status of the Stocks
Seafood Sustainability Contest
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 Decoding the acoustic signatures of bigeye and skipjack tuna at sea 12.10.2019 By Gala Moreno, PhD... MORE
Distribution of Stocks of Major Commercial Tunas by Catch (2011-March 3.19.2020 By catch, according to... MORE ISSF 2020-12: Status of the World Fisheries for Tuna. March 2020* 3.17.2020 ISSF 2020-12: Status of... MORE ISSF 2020-09: An Evaluation of the Sustainability of Global Tuna 3.10.2020 This is a March... MORE Non-Entangling and Biodegradable FADs Guide (Spanish) 10.10.2019 This guide is an... MORE
Distribution of Stocks of Major Commercial Tunas (2011-March 2020) 3.19.2020 By stock and by... MORE Summary of Sustainable Tuna Stocks (MSC Principle 1) 3.17.2020 The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has... MORE ISSF Scientific Research with Tuna Fleets, 2011-Present 1.23.2020 This map infographic shows... MORE Non-Entangling and Biodegradable FADs Guide (English) 10.08.2019 This guide is an... MORE