IPNLF sets out commitments to put social sustainability at the forefront of its work with one-by-one tuna fisheries, including the people, communities, businesses and decision-makers connected with them.
30th November 2017
Future of yellowfin and bigeye ignored, but positive action on albacore.
28th November 2017
The latest report in IPNLF’s Technical Series evaluates fuel use intensity in the Maldivian pole-and-line tuna fishery and determines them to be ‘fuel efficient’
22nd November 2017
IPNLF and AP2HI announce a new two-year partnership with the Walton Family Foundation to accelerate reform in Indonesia’s coastal tuna fisheries through improvements in the one-by-one sector
9th November 2017
IPNLF and its Member network call for immediate actions to safeguard the future of coastal fishing communities that rely on healthy tuna stocks
6th November 2017
Maldives pole-and-line tuna fisheries and Woolworths SA’s feature on 50/50 for National Marine Week
27th October 2017
IPNLF publishes a scoping study into the roles of women in the Maldives’ one-by-one tuna fishery supply chains
23rd October 2017
The Azores Declaration in Support of One-by-One Tuna Fisheries establishes definitive commitment to ensure a sustainable and equitable future for fisheries as well as to prioritise the needs of associated communities and cultures
19th 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
The Tuna Management Association of New Zealand (TMA) unites with an international network of one-by-one tuna supply chain stakeholders to improve management and recognition for responsible tuna fisheries
29th September 2017