The latest film produced by IPNLF illustrates the crucial social and economic role played by Indonesia’s one-by-one tuna fisheries and the important journey that they are on to achieve market ambitions
15th January 2019
IPNLF takes a look back at 2018 - a year of opportunity, obstacles and successes - and proudly shares some of the year's highlights with you.
7th January 2019
Adam Baske reports back on the important whats and whys from the recent WCPFC meeting in Hawaii – and the positive outcomes for tuna management, bycatch species, and fishing communities.
19th December 2018
Leading canning group Jealsa becomes the latest Member of the International Pole & Line Foundation
11th December 2018
Soneva Jani becomes the first Member to join the International Pole & Line Foundation through its new Responsible Tourism Initiative
22nd November 2018
ICCAT meeting concludes with many participants bitterly disappointed at the Commission’s lack of support for at-risk tuna resource
20th November 2018
IPNLF menyambut baik kemajuan yang dihasilkan oleh salah satu anggota perusahaan perikanan – PT Citraraja Ampat Canning – perusahaan perikanan tuna sirip kuning berbasis kapal pole-and-line di Sorong yang akan segera mendapatkan sertifikasi MSC untuk produk mereka.
6th November 2018
IPNLF welcomes the progress made by Member fishery – the PT Citraraja Ampat Canning, Sorong pole-and-line skipjack and yellowfin tuna fishery as it nears MSC certification
1st November 2018
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals provide a pathway for responsible seafood supply chains to support small-scale tuna fisheries, delegates were informed at the Our Oceans Conference 2018
30th October 2018
IPNLF shines a spotlight on the growing pole-and-line tuna fishery of Lakshadweep, India
23rd October 2018
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