IPNLF explain why it believes the Independent Adjudicator decision to uphold the CAB's determination to recertify the PNA skipjack fishery creates inequity in the market place and jeopardises efforts on shark conservation and FAD management
9th March 2018
Learn from CSIRO Fisheries Scientist Craig Proctor and IPNLF’s Communications Manager, Juliette Tunstall, why knowledge sharing among fisheries is key to meeting international standards for safety, sustainability and quality
6th March 2018
A look back at IPNLF and TunaSolutions’ busy week in St Helena – on a mission to deliver a better return to St Helena’s one-by-one tuna fishery while conserving its incredible marine ecosystem.
19th February 2018
Filmmaker Michael Raimondo, Green Renaissance, details his unique experience shooting one of the world's most remote one-by-one tuna fisheries
31st January 2018
IPNLF shines a spotlight on the New Zealand troll tuna fishery and its sustainability credentials
16th January 2018
Doesn't time fly? As 2017 draws to a close, we took the opportunity to reflect on some of the highlights of this year, and here they are...
21st December 2017
Maldives pole-and-line tuna fisheries and Woolworths SA’s feature on 50/50 for National Marine Week
27th October 2017
Dr Alice Miller, IPNLF’s Social Research & Programmes Director on the role of women in St Helena’s one-by-one tuna fisheries.
4th October 2017
IPNLF shines a spotlight on the South Africa pole-and-line tuna fishery, its history and its traceability standards
21st September 2017
Learn why robust observer programmes are important in tuna fisheries and meet one of the most well monitored one-by-one fisheries in the world
11th September 2017