South Pacific Albacore

April 23, 2021

AuthorMartin Velasco
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COP28 starts tomorrow! Food sustainability and security is a major theme this year. Here's an overview by @johnjbohorquez from @oceanfdn on why harvest strategies are important solutions for climate change-resilient fisheries, and food systems at large. https://harveststrategies.org/blog/2023/11/29/as-cop28-nears-harvest-strategies-will-be-essential-to-making-climate-change-resilient-fisheries/

From a recent article in @SeafoodSource, read up on progress for harvest strategies at RFMOs to date, and challenges to scaling them in years to come. Including important takeaways from our webinar series with @FAOfish https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/premium/environment-sustainability/as-ngos-push-for-more-harvest-strategies-on-fisheries-challenges-remain

From @oceanfdn's Dave Gershman, here's a rundown on potential progress to be made at the @wcpfc Commission next week on harvest strategies for skipjack, north Pacific albacore, and south Pacific albacore! @SEVENSEAS_Media

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