Our “snapshots” identify best practices that Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs) should follow to manage tuna fisheries sustainably.

In detailed tables, the snapshots compare tuna RFMO progress in implementing the practices.

For a high-level comparison across the five RFMOs, see our Tuna RFMO Best Practice Performance “scorecard” below. We also publish companion “best-practices reports” on these topics and “RFMO progress” infographics.

Saving the Mobula Rays Poster: Western & Central Pacific Ocean & Indian Ocean (Tagalog)

Date Added: January 27, 2022
Downloaded: 38 times
Tags: Bycatch, Bycatch Mitigation, Indian Ocean, Mobula rays, Western & Central Pacific Ocean
Language: Tagalog
Featured: False
Report Type: Final

Description

This poster for tuna fishers shows seven ray species found in Western & Central Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean tuna fisheries. It also provides location and life-cycle information and illustrates “acceptable” and “not acceptable” handling and release techniques to reduce ray bycatch.

“Saving the Mobula Rays” is shared courtesy of ISSF Seafood Sustainability Contest Grand Prize Winner Melissa Cronin.