A Blue Belt tuna tagging programme is taking place in St Helena as part of a wider project tagging 120,000 tropical tuna species from across the Atlantic
17th May 2019
IPNLF celebrates World Tuna Day, launches new film
2nd May 2019
Adam Baske reports back from a visit to Kochi where he met local one-by-one tuna champions and learned about the value of this historic fishery.
12th March 2019
IPNLF visited Soneva Jani resort to train staff on sustainability communication
26th February 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
IPNLF shines a spotlight on the growing pole-and-line tuna fishery of Lakshadweep, India
23rd October 2018
Yaiza Dronkers reflects on a recent report that raises serious concerns about the future of the Atlantic Ocean’s most valuable tuna fishery
19th October 2018
On the ground in Indonesia – Guillermo Moreno shares his experiences as a fisheries observer, trainer and consultant working with IPNLF
29th August 2018
IPNLF explores the history of the Solomon Islands one-by-one tuna fishery and its contribution to the local community
10th July 2018
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