WCPFC and IATTC reject accelerated timeline for Pacific bluefin catch limit increases

July 25, 2023

AuthorJohn Bohorquez
Senior Program Associate, International Fisheries ✉

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In advance of the #ICCAT meeting of the Joint Expert Group on Climate Change, 6 🌊 NGOs wrote a letter to the @EU_Commission calling for 🇪🇺 support and leadership in the adoption of a climate action plan for the Atlantic tuna #RFMO

Read it here:v
https://www.sciaena.org/en/sciaena-and-5-other-ngo-urged-the-eu-to-lead-iccat-into-taking-effective-climate-action/

🌊🐟 Ahead of the ICCAT Joint Expert Group on Climate Change meeting today, Sciaena & 5 other NGOs have called on the EU to champion a robust climate action plan for the conservation of Atlantic tunas - a crucial move for the future of our ocean. 🌍

Join us on July 25, 2024, as we discuss how MPs and MSE are essential tools for addressing the uncertainty of climate change and moving toward climate-ready fisheries management at RFMOs.
⏰ 6:00 EST/12:00 CET/19:00 JST.
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