ISSF is committed to the long-term conservation and sustainable use of global tuna fisheries. It’s not easy. But through science-based practices, collaboration and advocacy, we believe it’s achievable.
86.4% of the world’s tuna is sourced from stocks at “healthy” levels of abundance.
Find out which conservation policies we are urging IATTC to adopt at its annual meeting in August.
Through research and advocacy, ISSF works to protect vulnerable sharks in tuna fisheries.
Melissa Cronin blogs about fisher collaborations to reduce manta and devil ray bycatch.
Ben Gilmer of The Nature Conservancy has joined our Environmental Stakeholder Committee.
Read our blog evaluating IOTC meeting results for Indian Ocean tuna fisheries.
We’ve updated our RFMO Best Practices Snapshots, which cover key sustainable fishing issues.
We’ve updated ISSF conservation measures to protect bycatch species, prevent shark finning, and improve FAD management.
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