How do IPNLF celebrate World Tuna Day?

What are one-by-one tuna fisheries, and why are they so important for ocean health and fishing communities? IPNLF explains in its new animation film.

The United Nations (UN) established World Tuna Day (2nd May) to raise awareness around the importance of tuna resources for sustainable development, food security, economic opportunity, and livelihoods of people around the world. 

As an organisation that works to develop, support and promote one-by-one tuna fisheries and the connecting supply chains, IPNLF likes to take every opportunity to celebrate these fisheries, and the communities and companies that we work with, and World Tuna Day provides the perfect platform to do this.

That is why, on this World Tuna Day, IPNLF launches a new stop-motion animation ‘All about one-by-one tuna fishing’. Made with over three-thousand singular images, this animation aims to explain what one-by-one tuna fisheries are (comparing the key gear types of pole-and-line, handline and troll) and why they are so important for coastal communities around the world.

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All about one-by-one tuna fishing