July 29, 2021
This EU-focused factsheet on the benefits of harvest strategies to European scientists, stakeholders, and managers is now available in 1 additional language: Spanish!
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Harvest Strategies Follow
The latest updates on the implementation of harvest strategies in fisheries across the globe 🐟🐟🐟
In a new blog, Shana Miller talks ideas to mitigate the threat that unresolved allocation debates pose to #harveststrategy success in the Indian Ocean. #IOTC needs a near-term solution for skipjack and bigeye, and fortunately, there may be one available. https://harveststrategies.org/blog/2023/03/16/who-gets-a-slice-of-the-pie-harvest-strategy-implementation-in-the-indian-ocean/
One of the most anticipated reports of the year! Check out the 2023 Status of the World Fisheries for Tuna by @ISSF https://www.iss-foundation.org/tuna-stocks-and-management/our-tuna-stock-tools/status-of-the-stocks/
International fishery management is built from the ground up! Last month, the USA held a stakeholder meeting to discuss details of a harvest control rule for North Pacific albacore for adoption at WCPFC and IATTC this year. #fisheries
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harveststrategies.org serves as a resource for fisheries scientists, managers, and other stakeholders, compiling information about how harvest strategies work and how implementing this pioneering management approach can lead to sustainable, profitable fisheries and successful recovery programs for many species around the world. The site is managed by The Ocean Foundation’s International Fisheries Conservation Project with support from The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Common Oceans Tuna Fisheries Project, which is funded by GEF and implemented by FAO.