Delaying a harvest strategy poses risks to Pacific skipjack

August 30, 2022

AuthorSara Pipernos
Program Associate, International Fisheries ✉

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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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