Results from IPNLF’s pole-and-line tuna fishery observers programme confirms fisheries’ low-impact nature and environmental attributes
25th May 2017
IPNLF launches its latest Annual Report at the SEG17 – the world’s largest Seafood Trade Show
18th May 2017
IPNLF launches a new report ‘Social Benefits of One-by-One Fisheries’; the second study in its Social Dimension series.
15th May 2017
Update on the latest tuna guidance from Greenpeace USA
4th May 2017
As IPNLF looks forward to the opportunities of 2017, we take a moment to reflect on some of our key achievements in 2016, a triumphant year for tuna management, traceability and social research...
1st January 2017
IPNLF attends ICCAT to encourage the adoption of management measures to strengthen tuna fisheries in the Atlantic
14th November 2016
IPNLF launches new Technical Report assessing the interactions with endangered, threatened and protected (ETP) species in the Maldivian pole-and-line tuna fishery
14th September 2016
What do the positive outcomes of the recent Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) meeting mean for tuna sustainability? – An insight by Adam Baske for Infofish International Magazine
30th July 2016
Emily Howgate speaks to Seafood Source about the growing importance of one-by-one fisheries.
28th June 2016
The International Pole & Line Foundation is delighted to introduce the newest addition to our Board of Trustees, Dr Lida Pet-Soede of the environmental consulting firm PT Hatfield Indonesia.
9th June 2016
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