How can we ensure environmentally sustainable and socially responsible tuna fisheries that help to protect and restore biodiversity, respect human rights and contribute to sustainable development?
15th March 2021
An urgent call was made today to the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), the inter-governmental organisation responsible for the management of tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean, to address the harmful environmental impacts associated with the drifting Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) used by industrial tuna purse seiners in their fishing operations
4th March 2021
Emily Wardrop - The Marine Diaries interviews Zacari Edwards, Socio-Economic Manager at IPNLF
1st March 2021
IPNLF and BLUE MARINE FOUNDATION position statement in advance of the Special Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission
13th February 2021
Interactive, multilingual platform brings together fishers, fishworkers, communities and allies.
1st February 2021
IPNLF, the non-profit organisation that is committed to globally developing and supporting responsible one-by-one tuna fisheries and supply chains, together with its local partner, AP2HI, is delighted to announce the MSC certification of eight Indonesian one-by-one tuna.
26th January 2021
New manager to oversee IPNLF’s on the ground activities in St Helena
14th January 2021
On November 30th, 2020, fishers of Gemanafushi Island in the Maldives were grinning ear to ear after recovering four massive fishing nets from the Indian Ocean while managing to safely release an entangled turtle.
17th December 2020
Despite the unusual circumstances imposed by COVID this year, progress on rebuilding the overfished Indian Ocean yellowfin tuna stock cannot be delayed any longer.
14th December 2020
We are currently looking to grow the Charity’s board by bringing two new Trustees on board. It is important for us that IPNLF's board reflects the communities we work with and that it is diversified in terms of gender, culture and geographic representation.
7th December 2020
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