Pew urged WCPFC to maintain existing objectives for the tropical tunas while it developed harvest strategies and improved monitoring of important stocks
FFA will not support actions that will jeopardise the tuna stocks that Pacific Island rely upon and call for WCPFC18 to cut the catch of South Pacific albacore
An oceans’ expert is supportive of the Kiribati Government’s for its plan to open the Phoenix Island Protected Area, or the PIPA, to commercial fishing.
Pacific Islands unite against challenges to the sustainability of their tuna stocks and defend their sovereign rights to manage fisheries in their waters.
The tuna catches in the combined waters of 10 Pacific islands is expected to decline by an average of 20% by 2050 if the current rate of ocean warming continues
In Solomon Islands, a new business in the tuna Industry is emerging with the start up of an initiative to provide local filleted smoked fish.
In “Our Ocean’s Promise: From Aspirations to Inspirations,” author Giff Johnson chronicles the history of fishing in the Marshall Islands, and forecasts an even more prosperous future.
Titiana villagers are revisiting their old fishing methods to manage fish and marine resources sustainably after the depletion of fish stock on various common fishing grounds
Offshore Fisheries Gender Report and findings to strengthen gender equity in Fiji’s offshore sector
Often labelled as white tuna in the U.S, Albacore has been significantly declining over the past five to 10 years in the South Pacific