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IOTC 22nd Annual Session closes with coastal states defending their rights to tuna resources within their waters
25th May 2018
IPNLF Members Marks & Spencer, Migros, New England Seafood and World Wise Foods to sponsor PhDs in Indian Ocean tuna fisheries
19th September 2017
Non-profit wins international advocacy award for leading significant reform of Indian Ocean tuna fisheries.
5th June 2017
After a week of negotiations, decision makers wrapped up the proceedings of the 21st Annual Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission.
26th May 2017
Companies committed to sustainable seafood want the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) to take action to end overfishing this week in Fiji
7th December 2016
Adam Baske breaks down key outcomes of the recent ICCAT meetings and their implications for IPNLF Members and the Atlantic one-by-one tuna fisheries that we champion.
23rd November 2016
IPNLF attends ICCAT to encourage the adoption of management measures to strengthen tuna fisheries in the Atlantic
14th November 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
This year’s Annual Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) concludes with agreements on some landmark measures for the region’s skipjack and yellowfin tuna stocks that will safeguard the futures of many coastal communities
31st May 2016
The crucial agreement, made at this year’s Annual Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission in La Réunion (23-27 May), is a victory for common sense.
27th May 2016
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