Dr Ingrid Kelling, IPNLF Market Outreach Director, discusses the impact of eco-labels on small-scale fisheries.
16th March 2017
An update from a pivotal gathering of IPNLF's Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee
25th January 2017
Ibrahim Nadheeh, our Fisheries Research Officer in the Maldives, shares some highlights from the latest Fishermen’s Day, including a special event demonstrating the importance of women in tuna supply chains
17th December 2016
Adam Baske breaks down key outcomes of the recent ICCAT meetings and their implications for IPNLF Members and the Atlantic one-by-one tuna fisheries that we champion.
23rd November 2016
IPNLF’s Adam Baske recently visited the Azores, home to an exemplary one-by-one tuna fishery and supplier to our Member FiSH 4 EVER. Learn more about their fantastic observer programme and the benefits this fishery bring to the local community.
3rd November 2016
Emily Howgate, International Coordinating Director, reflects on her learnings and experience as she says farewell to IPNLF
20th September 2016
Dalhousie research student Peter Wessels reports back from the field about his initial findings on the roles of women in Maldivian tuna fisheries
25th August 2016
IPNLF reached out to Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), one of the world’s leading charities working to conserve and protect marine mammals, to discuss the issue of bycatch in tuna fisheries.
5th July 2016
INFOFISH TUNA 2016 conference stresses the importance of social sustainability on the seafood agenda – an event summary by Juliette Tunstall, IPNLF Comms Coordinator
4th July 2016
IPNLF Chairman John Burton reports back from the latest Bali Tuna Conference (BTC) and International Coastal Tuna Business Forum (ICTBF), explaining why such events underpin all the good work currently being done in Indonesia's one-by-one tuna fisheries
13th June 2016
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