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Tuna Compliance Network meets to review compliance information management systems
Honiara, Solomon Islands 15-18 February 2018 – Members of the Tuna Compliance Network (TCN) travelled to Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 2nd Workshop of the Network, held at the headquarters of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA).
Experts responsible for world’s largest tuna fisheries come together to work towards more sustainable management
Fishery managers from Western and Central Pacific Ocean states which collectively produce over half of the world’s tuna come together to further understanding of tuna management best practices.
Nadi, Fiji 20-21 February – The Common Oceans ABNJ Tuna Project workshop series is back in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO) and on track to provide over 300 fishery experts with resources to improve management of their tuna fisheries.
Assessing Mercury Concentration in Billfish
February 2018. Mercury is the chemical element commonly known as quicksilver that is a naturally occurring element present throughout the environment. However, due to human industrial activities, high levels of mercury finds its way into the ocean where it ends up in fish and other marine life. Over the years there...
Galapagos tuna business case development moves forward with stakeholder convening, contextual analysis, market study and supply-chain mapping
Conservation International (CI) recently completed a series of activities as part of the Common Oceans ABNJ Ocean Partnership Project (OPP) to develop a "business case" for improving the biological, social and economic performance of the Galapagos Tuna fishery.
Sixth Tuna Management Workshop Takes Best Practices to West Africa Through Two Days of Hands-on Trainings
Over 40 tuna experts come together in Dakar, Senegal to improve understanding of sustainable tuna management strategies through games, simulation, and lecture
*This news item is also available in French. Dakar, Senegal 30-31 January 2018 – In the last week of January, members from Atlantic Ocean coastal states gathered in Dakar, Senegal to work towards more sustainable tuna fisheries management.
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