The advancement of these fisheries towards certification against the Marine Stewardship Council standard, is a tangible demonstration of the ability of small-scale fisheries to support their local communities and compete in the global marketplace.
24th December 2019
No agreements to promote sustainable tuna harvest strategies
19th December 2019
IPNLF is calling on the Western & Central Pacific Fisheries Commission to expedite the delivery of dynamic controls that will support a sustainable and equitable future for the region’s tuna fisheries
3rd December 2019
An important Memorandum of Understanding has been finalised between the International Pole & Line Foundation and the Maldives Seafood Processors and Exporters Association, which defines significant long-term objectives on joint sustainability initiatives
26th November 2019
Meet Jafar. Most days, in the very early hours of the morning – well before dawn – Jafar sets off in his small boat from the nearby beach on Seram Island, Indonesia, to catch yellowfin tuna.
20th November 2019
IPNLF and likeminded delegations are urging the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas to implement management measures that support sustainable and equitable tuna fisheries in the Atlantic Ocean
14th November 2019
This is the second of a three-part blog series by IPNLF and its Member, Anova Food USA. It tells the story of Anova's North Buru handline fishery and its journey towards Fair Trade certification and MSC full assessment, which started in February 2019. In this post, Anova describes the traceability journey in supporting socio-economic and environmental improvements in the Indonesian handline yellowfin tuna fishery
13th November 2019
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